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China's Internet giants once felt like abstractions to Western businesspeople. Tales of Alibaba, Baidu , and Tencent fighting for dominance, and hundreds of millions of Internet users, seemed like foreign powers fighting on far away battlefields.
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With a market cap now slightly above $150 billion, the Chinese social networking and gaming firm is already larger than U.S. tech giants like Intel, Cisco Systems and Hewlett-Packard.
China will launch pilot programs testing the development of privately owned banks in Tianjin, Shanghai, Zhejiang and Guangdong, the country's bank regulator Shang Fulin said on Tuesday.
Mike Haydon, then a lawyer at Perth firm Robertson Hayles, was sitting with a group of friends at Sizzler in Innaloo when a bet was made after an order went wrong.
Leon Cooperman, chief executive of hedge fund Omega Advisors, said Monday that he agreed with activist investor Carl Icahn 's push for eBay Inc to spin off its PayPal online payments business.
The e-Commerce giant's decision came in a preliminary annual proxy filing to shareholders, which asked that shareholders re-elect four board members including CEO John J. Donahoe.
What we commonly call the Web is really just the surface. Beneath that is a vast, mostly uncharted ocean called the Deep Web.
The e-commerce giant began taking swings of its own following the recent activity of billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn, who owns 2% of eBay shares.
Tencent Holdings Ltd will buy a 15 percent stake in e-commerce firm JD.com for $214.7 million, as the two seek to challenge Alibaba Group Holding's dominant position in online shopping in China.
When the Internet first started to blow up in the late '90s, individuals treated it like a public journal while companies viewed it as another version of the Yellow Pages.
By Shilpa Raina, Karachi, March 9 : Pakistan might not yet have granted India the long-promised most favoured nation status but that hasn't dampened the enthusiasm of fashion-retail chains here who view e-commerce as a means of fostering cross-border business and penetrating new global markets.
Prudential Douglas Elliman has undergone a facelift, both on the global and local levels.
NEW DELHI: Google, which is facing antitrust investigation in India by fair trade watchdog CCI, can face a penalty of up to about five billion dollars if it is found to have violated competition norms of the country.
A controversial copycat of a Government website, which charges up to 1,000 for filing a self-assessment tax return, has begun to refund fees to clients who complained they were tricked into using its service.