• Baidu: Beating Google at Its Own GameBaidu
    Baidu: Beating Google at Its Own Game Competitive advantage and sustainability * 60% market share, double that of Google Inc. in China * First mover advantage- developed a search engine that provided information in local Chinese languages * Offers searches in Chinese...
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  • Manajemen Keuangan
    Baidu : Beating Google at Its Own Game Untuk Memenuhi Tugas Mata Kuliah : Manajemen Strategik Dosen : Disusun oleh : Daisy Kartika Laoda 1006794923 Agustina Dyah Wijayanti 1006794785 Edwin Tirto 1006794955 PROGRAM MAGISTER AKUNTANSI - PPAK FAKULTAS EKONOMI UNIVERSITAS...
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  • Business Strategy Baidu
    firms [Industry environment] The rivalry between Google and Baidu is strong as each is the leader in their own area. Google is the leading global internet search while Baidu is the China’s Google that provides internet search solution to Chinese web portals. As for the smaller players, they have...
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  • Cross Cultural Management
    of the employee would increase. Google has “crazy-free perks” such as free and healthy food in the “microkitchens”, doctors on site, gyms, gardens for employees to grow their own vegetables, video games, piano, pool tables and others. Google strives to maintain the open culture which is often...
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  • GOOGLE HRM
    really cares about its employees and is acting to nurture and improve them, for both Google and their own benefits. Google even offer careers advisors who can coach its employees in CV’s and job interviews if they should choose to leave the company . 4.0 Motivation and Benefits Another factor why...
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  • CSR report of baidu
    Is Baidu infamous in China? A study on Baidu's corporate social responsibility Executive summary Baidu is considered as China’s Google, it is the leading search engine in China, occupying over 70 per cent of the market share. By dominating the market, Baidu becomes one...
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  • Google's Failure in China
    officially, and 5 years since Google established Google China. Despite having a brand value of an amazing $66.4 billion, Google.cn still fails to dominate the search engine market in mainland China and faces stiff competition from bitter rival Baidu. In other words, Baidu’s market share in China is nearly...
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  • Google's Values Conflict
    the censorship in China conflicting with their own corporate goals and values. After Google found its systems and Gmail accounts hacked, Google decided to stop censor the search results which were provided by its search engine (Certo, 2010). This essay will look at what market sources challenged...
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  • Google vs Baidu in China
    Case Study Baidu vs Google The goal of this case is to broaden our knowledge of new business models and that of how local companies may struggle against foreign competition. You are asked to answer the following questions: 1 / What led to Baidu's market dominance? Compare the...
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  • Google in China
    search engine market was dominated by Baidu and, as illustrated below, it remained so. Fig 1. Google loosing market share in China Source: Search Engine Journal, Google loosing Market share in China (2006) When Google entered the market it already had a 33.3% market share to its already...
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  • Search Engines in China
    features in Chinese search engine market. Google launched its Chinese search engine service from Sep. 2000, thus had a leading popularity against Baidu in early stage. But Baidu caught up very fast since its own independent search website goes-live in Aug. 2001. “Ask Baidu if you have a question” is...
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  • Disney Land
    . The Chinese used Google mainly for searching sources outside China and used Baidu mainly for searching sources inside China, evidence showed. The most popular Internet activities in China, Cassidy reported, were online chatting; downloading music, TV shows, and movies; and playing online games...
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  • Baidu Search Engine Consumer Behaviour
    market, compared with Google’s 17.8% (iResearch, May 2012). The data reveal that even a technology giant like Google cannot compete with Baidu in the Chinese market. In the present paper, we examine why Chinese consumers prefer Baidu to other search engines. 2 Motivation and need A search engine is...
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  • Baidu Valuation at IPO
    , IT services, entertainment, ticketing and games, dating services, and household services. In terms of user profile, Baidu users tended to be younger and have lower income than Google’s user base. In China’s high-end user group, Baidu’s market share was lower than that of Google. COMPETITION In 2005...
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  • top 10 portals
    the world, but one of the most popular web destinations. The Facebook development platform played a key role in the expansion of Facebook, allowing it to become more than just a social network by integrating apps and games. 5. Windows Live Microsoft's answer to Google, Microsoft Live combines...
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  • essay
    googleGoogle China is a subsidiary of Google. Google China ranks as the number 3 search engine in China, after Baidu and Soso.com. In 2010, searching via all Google search sites, including Google Mobile, were moved from Mainland China to Hong Kong. As of November 2013, its search share has...
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  • Google External Analysis
    increased demand for its primary services such as Google search and youtube videos. However, facing major competition from facebook, Microsof’s Bing search engine and Chinese seach engine Baidu, Google may ultimately find itself losing market share even though overall demand continues to increase...
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  • rerererererer
    Baidu was used to find information inside China. The most common internet activities in China were mainly music download, online chatting and online games. Corporate governance and stakeholder power Google prides itself in providing a high quality user experience, which with the Government’s...
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  • Alibaba
    to lose market. Contrary to Ma's beliefs, this acquisition cannot help Alibaba gain a larger portion of the pie in the web search market since it was already dominated by strong players such as Baidu and Google. In order to gain a strong foothold in the rapidly growing Chinese web search market...
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  • Equity Valuation & Analysis Report - Tencent Holdings Limited
    and Google are selected as benchmarking companies. Baidu engages in online search and advertising businesses while Google engages in search, cloud computing, software and online advertising. It is acknowledged that these two companies do not generate major revenue from online games like Tencent does...
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