Posts Tagged ‘Robin Li’

American Senator’s Missive Won’t Dent Chinese Search Engine’s Censorship Regime

United States Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin has penned a letter to the chairman of China’s largest Internet search engine, asking for more transparency and greater adherence to human rights. In a message written to Robin Li, chairman and CEO of Baidu Inc., Durbin says that a rumored pending deal between U.S.-based Facebook.com and […]


China’s Baidu To Invest CNY100 Million To Eliminate Bad Internet Info

Unlike its overseas rival Google.com, Chinese search engine Baidu.com is apparently showing that it is fully committed to working with the Chinese government to enhance the government’s ability to rid the Internet of “bad”information. According to Chinese news website Techweb, Baidu has announced the launch of a special campaign, and it will invest CNY100 million […]


Baidu Opens R&D Center In Shanghai

Chinese Internet search engine Baidu has announced the official opening of its research and development center in Shanghai.


Bad Ads: Baidu Adjusts Chinese Revenue Expectations

Signaling that advertisers might shun Internet advertising in an economic downturn, and just weeks after it was hammered by investors for selling illegal medical advertisements, Chinese Internet search engine Baidu.com (BIDU) has rightfully adjusted its revenue expectation for the fourth quarter of 2008 to between CNY890 million and CNY900 million, decreasing CNY100 million compared with […]


Baidu CEO Tops 2008 Hurun China IT Rich List

According to the 2008 Hurun China IT Rich List published on November 26, 2008 in Hangzhou, Li Yanhong “Robin”, CEO of the Chinese Internet search engine Baidu.com (BIDU), topped the list with net worth of CNY13 billion, followed by founder of Tencent Ma Huateng and founder and CEO of NetEase (NTES) Ding Lei with CNY12.5 […]


China’s Baidu Commits To Lofty Internet Ideals By Joining United Nations Global Compact

Chinese search engine Baidu (BIDU) officially announced that it has committed to be a member of the United Nations Global Compact to boost its daily management on corporate social responsibility.