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Shares of several Chinese companies, including Baidu Inc (NASDAQ: BIDU ) … Full story available on Benzinga.com
(Bloomberg) -- Tencent Holdings Ltd. is stepping up the use of renewable energy with a goal of zeroing out emissions by 2030, acknowledging the damage wrought by its data centers while heeding Beijing’s call to protect the environment.Most Read from BloombergRussia Vetoes UN Resolution as China Abstains: Ukraine UpdateTaiwan to Join in U.S.-Led Sanctions on Russia: Ukraine UpdateU.S. Moves to Sanction Putin as Russian Forces Surround KyivRussia Invasion of Ukraine Ignites European Security Crisi
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Baidu Inc. (BIDU) closed the most recent trading day at $149.70, moving -1.3% from the previous trading session.
China's official online database of court rulings briefly censored by glitch at search engine provider Baidu, which has fixed the problem
Baidu, operator of China's top internet search engine, said it has fixed a technical glitch that temporarily censored search results on China Judgments Online, the country's official database of rulings that is under the Supreme People's Court. The incident became public early on Monday when users of Baidu complained about failing to get any search results from China Judgements Online, which serves as the archive for the largest collection of judicial decisions in the country. There was a softwa
Shares of Chinese companies, including Alibaba Group Holding … Full story available on Benzinga.com
(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. added Chinese messaging platform WeChat and online marketplace AliExpress to its list of notorious markets for counterfeiting and piracy, an annual compilation of the worst intellectual-property abusers and counterfeiters.Most Read from BloombergKyiv Says Russia Has Invaded, Cites Airstrikes: Ukraine UpdateBiden’s First Salvo of Russia Sanctions Hits With Thud, Not RoarGoldman Sachs Wants Its Bonuses Back as Punishment for Jumping ShipLeissner Says Lover Blackmailed Him I
Chinese search engine giant Baidu will launch the country''s first metaverse platform. Xi Rang, which means "land of hope" in English, can be accessed via smartphones, computers or VR…
Chinese internet giant Baidu Inc. is among stocks that analysts say could be added to the Hang Seng Index in the ongoing reshaping of Hong Kong’s benchmark gauge.
The Biden administration named six Chinese online and nine bricks-and-mortar markets on Thursday in its latest list of “notorious” sellers of counterfeit goods violating US trademarks and copyright law.Produced by the US Trade Representative’s office, the 2021 Review of Notorious Markets for Counterfeiting and Piracy included two first-time online Chinese entries – the AliExpress and WeChat e-commerce ecosystems – in addition to long-time entries Baidu Wangpan, DHGate, Pinduoduo and Taobao…