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Start-up, Seravia is Google Analytics Meets Dun & Bradstreet

The generation where ‘information is power’ is over. Actually the problem is information overload. Therefore the real power lies in analysis. Seravia, an eighteen-person team start-up headquartered in Beijing is trying to tackle the problem of making scattered public company and people information meaningful. I recently chatted with Casper Johansen, founder and CFO about Seravia. […]

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Groupon Is Rectifying Missteps

Groupon CEO Andrew Mason showed up at a press conference on June 10 after investigating China market and visiting Gaopeng Beijing office, the group-buying site co-launched by Groupon and Tencent, the giant Chinese internet company. Mason said that he was pleased to partner with Tencent, Gaopeng COO Yun Ouyang had been exercising strong leadership, and […]

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Chinese Browser Vendor UC Released New Engine U3

Chinese mobile browser manufacturer UC has just released its brand new mobile browser engine U3, which is poised to deliver ‘ultimate’ mobile surfing experience in 3G era. U3 combines the strengths of webkit layout engine (also used by Google Chrome and Apple Safari) and cloud-based infrastructure, it’s fast, safer, smart and highly extensible. One of […]

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Tale Of The Falling SNS: 51.com

Chinese SNS 51.com is reportedly seeking to go public amid the IPO heat. 51 is the fourth largest SNS (market share: 10.1%) in China, next to Renren(#1, 25.1%) Kaixin(#2, 19.4%), and Pengyou(#3, 18.1%), a report by Beijing-based market research firm Analysys International shows. “We’re Going Public in 2010” Founded by Pang Dongsheng in 2005, 51.com is […]

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Renren To Launch its Dating Site By Year End

Chinese SNS service Renren teams up with the largest Japanese HR agent Recruit Co., Ltd to launch a dating/wedding site by the end of this year. According to an agreement, the two parties will form a joint venture to build up a new dating/wedding SNS site in China which will fully integrate all online social […]

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Shanda Literature Rumored to Go IPO This Month

We reported about Shanda’s IPO plan for its online literature division. The latest update: Shanda Literature, a division within Shanda Interactive Entertainment, plans to go IPO in the U.S. sometime this month, according to an investment banking source. The division was formed in July 2008. It becomes the largest copyright owner of online literature in […]

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Tencent Restructures Ecommerce Business

On May 30, Tencent, one of the most profitable Chinese internet giant, restructured its ecommerce business in its latest effort to catch up in the booming internet shopping market and compete against Alibaba, the de facto Chinese ecommerce tycoon. Along with the restructuring came internal reorganization and position transfer of executives. Tencent replaced the current […]

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