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Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:32 sec | 58 min ago

Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Shares in Hong Kong right now with the hang seng tech index higher by more than four and a half percent right now a couple of threads here first Alibaba sales of beat estimates the 80s are in the New York session we're up nearly 15% right now in the Hong Kong session Alibaba group hired by just about 13% and change and then there's the Baidu story shares soaring 15% after the Chinese Internet search leader posted a surprise quarterly revenue gain kind of reassuring the market who may that may have been a little unnerved by a lot of the crackdowns that we have seen not only on the regulatory front but on the lockdowns and how that's negatively impacted.

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Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:39 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Korea and Japan and we're going to be looking very closely At the tech players in Hong Kong we've seen two block trades totaling 2.75 million Alibaba shares crossing at Hong Kong $80 60 apiece by 9 O 5 local time We saw ADRs of Alibaba rise by more than 14% in the U.S. session and that was after it posted better than expected results also a big surge coming through in Baidu When it comes to the yen we're hearing from the bank of Japan at governor Corona speaking in parliament the yen is poised for a third straight weekly gain and governor Corona is telling parliament currently that wage growth is needed for stable inflation in Japan The cost of living in Tokyo meanwhile increasing at the same place as last month when we looked at Tokyo CPI consumer prices excluding fresh food at climbing 1.9% A big boobs coming through in the commodities market at the moment WTI crude at a $114 a barrel and iron ore futures here in Singapore up 2% Let's get it over to San Francisco now for a chicken global news with Ed buckster Ed All right.

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Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:33 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"9 30 here in Sydney I'm Paul Allen And I'm Doug Krishna at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York market participants looking to add a little bit of risk today That was the theme in New York trading NASDAQ composite jumping about 2.7% Interestingly we have a stronger yen but that doesn't seem to be restraining futures for the nikkei Chicago contract implies a move of maybe 300 points to the upside when Japan comes online at the top of the hour We'll take a closer look at market action for you in a moment right now a few of the sours top is new stories The fayette is considering ways to blunt any impact on commercial bank deposits if the U.S. government decides to issue a digital dollar That's according to the fed's vice chair lael brainard Brainard told house lawmakers that more regulation is needed around crypto assets before making this kind of shift We've just seen in the last few weeks exactly the kinds of risks that we've all been talking about for some time A run on the platform a collapse in value of the stablecoin a stablecoin breaking the buck or moving off its one for one value because of lack of transparency Braynard added that digitalization is going to lead to some diminished use of cash and fewer bank deposits she said people are already migrating to mobile payment apps The fed so far has made no commitment to issue a digital dollar Baidu posted a surprising increase in revenue sales rose just 1% total on the top line was 4.2 billion that is for the first quarter Bloomberg Stephen engel tells us what saved the day Essentially AI has been driving They've been shifting away from more of the consumer side of the business to longer term investments in artificial intelligence So cloud computing and autonomous driving gains offset what was obviously a weak advertising sales climate in China Now at the same time Baidu streaming affiliate iQiyi posted its first quarterly profit since going public back in 2018 we had ADRs in Baidu here in New York trading up by more than 14% Soybean futures rose to a three month high futures for July delivery rose to more than $17 a bushel in Chicago and this comes amid steady demand from China economists at stone X say that in the next few months China is likely to favor cheaper U.S. supplies over Brazilian beans and that demand will tighten inventories on top of that corn planting is picking up pace in the U.S. and that's according to analysts from U.S. commodities they say that means soybeans may lose some acres and eventually have a smaller harvest 33 past the hour let's get you caught up on market action as we get set for trading in Tokyo Sydney and sold at the top of the hour In the U.S. buyers were firmly in control and the retailers really were in the spotlight Macy's lifted its profit forecast given demand strong demand at that for high end goods those ships were up 19% today Deep discount retailers like Dollar Tree and Dollar General not to be left out both companies raise their projections In the case of Dollar Tree a rally of 22% We touched on Alibaba earlier results beat estimates in terms of revenue figures and they are ADRs were up about 15% today and that helped us send a NASDAQ golden dragon China index higher by more than 7 and a half percent Back up take a look at the overall equity market today S&P 500 higher by 2% NASDAQ composite up by 2.7% the Dow industrial average better by about 1.6% So the outlook for rates is another part of the narrative here yesterday we were talking about the fed minutes suggesting a shallower path of rate hikes perhaps for the remainder of the year That view got a bit of support today from a lower than estimated inflation reading within that GDP report I'm speaking here of the core PCE deflator This is a preferred measure that the fed uses when looking at the cost of living it was up by 5.1% That's an annual rate for Q one It's down from the previous estimate of 5.2% so maybe maybe the bond market was breathing a little bit of a sigh of relief when it comes to inflationary pressures We saw the entire U.S. yield curve move a bit lower particularly at the shorter end to year treasury was down two basis points we were last quoted in New York at 2.47% two are checked at ten year at two 74 so that's where trading will begin in the Tokyo session at the top of the hour Little bit of dollar weakness and we do have a stronger Japanese yen here Right now one 27 spot zero 5 but that's not holding back a knee K futures Chicago contract right now a 26,975 So we're more than 300 points above where we were in the cash market yesterday in Japan So a lot of positivity to look forward to perhaps when markets come online at the top of the hour Paul All right thanks very much Doug 35 minutes past the hour now time for a check of global news.

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Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

00:53 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Up, we're all over the after hours action and gap and also both names on the move after reporting. We'll bring you the details plus China tech taking off the kwa BTF surgeon more than 7% so has the group found a bottom for diving into that next and fast money return. Welcome back to fast money. Check out the K web, China tech ETF today, soaring more than 7% for its best day in more than 7 years, 7 excuse me. 7 weeks, the 7 weeks. Big difference. The move coming on the back of the earnings beats from Alibaba and Baidu, COVID lockdowns in China helping spur demand at the online companies Baidu also saw strong growth in its cloud based offerings for the quarter. Both of these names posting their best day since March 16th. Notably, though, Baba didn't provide guidance to him. No, basically they gave their quarterly numbers 30 billion up 9% and better than some people had expected. They gave some insight into April. So the quarter that's we're in now. And that's it. And they said, actually, they're seeing they're seeing about a down 1% in terms of sales. And that's something that actually is probably a relief. But they are citing all of the economic uncertainty at home to say, there's just no way we can give guidance. And the question really is if you're an investor in Alibaba and a number of the shares in the K web, whether you even really care about this, or whether it's really more about the pressure on these companies that's coming from big brother. I mean, if you think about the valuation destruction and Alibaba, it was well before we really saw lockdown two or three or whatever, we're in terms of China. And I still believe those are the biggest issues. We talk about this all the time. Aliba is one of the great trading stocks. Certainly with a downward bias, but this thing could go to a 115 bucks on a chart, and you still haven't broken through that uptrend. I'm starting to get more constructive just on the reality check that does take some time in China in terms of what they've done to their national champion companies. They have to let Alibaba. I think their message was received loud and clear, by the way. I mean, I think the hubris that existed within that C suite two years ago has been completely dismantled and I think this company is doing what they need to do domestically. Even if the crackdown, if there's like a coast clear on the crackdown, the delisting fears are still there and then also, of course, the China lockdown impact on the economy is still there, Karen. Yeah, so the latter one you could think of as somewhat temporary transitory used to be a word, right? For the COVID shutdown. But on the former, do you ever get an all clear? Do you ever get? No. You know? You don't. It's just a clouds lift. And so for me, I'm done. All right. Meantime, one of these names is seeing a major uptick in options activity and traders are betting today's big gains are just the start of a bigger rally. My co has the action Mike. Yeah, so we're taking a look at Alibaba, which traded two and a half times. It's average daily options volume. That made it the 6th most active single stock option that was traded today. A lot of that was in the calls. We saw some short dated June 3rd, weekly, 100 strike calls trading over 12 and a half thousand of those traded for a dollar in 17 cents. Buyers of those were obviously betting that they rally that we saw today could continue through the end of next week. Pete, did you see this action? And do you believe that it's the start of a bigger rally? I'm not so sure about that bigger rally part. I'll answer that one first, and I did see this option activity today as well. Yeah, it's been really busy melt, but you know what? And the desk was just talking about this. The listing process is a huge issue for me. I'd rather be in the options though than the stocks because at least I've got less risk out on the table and I've been saying that for a long time. We just don't know, right? I mean, there's so many issues that go into this whole thing about trying to go through this. If you just looked at Baba and you actually got rid of the name itself and just took a look and said, look at this balance sheet, what do you think? Everybody, including the entire desk and I think so many people would say, you know what, I'm going to buy that stock. Look at the cash flow. The free cash flow is over a $110 billion. They've got all these other attributes that look fantastic, but the problem is we just don't know what they're going to do with this. And what we have to do with this. So I'll stick to the options and the option activity in the ETFs from China have been very, very active of late for sure. To the bullish side. Mike, thank you for more options action. Be sure to tune into the full show. That is Friday 5 30 p.m. Eastern Time coming up. We've got more retail earnings coming your way. Shares of gap in Alta on the move will bring you the numbers next plus worrisome weather inbound. The impact this year's hurricane season could have on the energy trade in the stocks where you can seek shelter from the storm. That's when he's back in two..

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Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:26 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baidu" discussed on Balance of Power

"Best day in almost two weeks and the big upside driver there Alibaba up nearly 14% is of course the Chinese online retailer They put up a very solid quarter beating both top and bottom line estimates that came as a little bit of a surprise but it turns out all the China COVID lockdowns had Chinese consumers shopping from what is essentially an online mall The positive sentiment has extended to all sorts of other Chinese ADR some of the better well-known ones Baidu and JD.com Charlie All right we thank you very much Abigail Doolittle keeping track of those ADRs So again recapping it is an update on Wall Street that perhaps putting it mildly 2.2% gain right now in the S&P are by 90 points the Dow up 599 up 1.8% as stack up 349 up by 3.1% I'm Charlie palette and that is a Bloomberg business flash This is balance of power with David Weston The world has changed massively since cover in 24 since Putin went in And neither side is willing to negotiate The sanctions as a rule can take some time to truly bite Where the world of politics meets the world of business What we've seen so far in the pandemic is that when we don't act early we lose more lives From the Supreme Court but justice Alito is now the centerpiece of conversation Candidates all across the United States Balance of poem is David Weston on Bloomberg radio Secretary of State blinken lays out U.S. policy toward China What we don't know about school shootings in the wake of the tragedy and uvalde.

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"baidu" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"baidu" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"Yet another big crackdown, right? Steam, the official version of steam no longer being available just the massively curated call it, if I'm being nice version of Chinese theme. And then on the other hand, in the same breath, Baidu, which is a Chinese company, Chinese search engine, laying off people as a consequence of this, these kinds of regulations. Lindsay maybe start with you in terms of where does this all end, I guess. We've covered Chinese regulation stories before we have seen slowing in growth. We covered that last week where growth in China and gaming was slowing as a consequence. Now we see layoffs. I'm just curious where you think this all ends. Been sitting here asking myself the same question because I still don't feel like I am even understand the strategy with doing all of this and taking a massively popular sector of your economy and just decimating it for what, especially since historically, it's not like we've seen huge amounts of what would be considered threats or uprising towards the CCP. So I just and obviously that's from completely outsiders perspective. It was just like this isn't, I don't know, gaming just doesn't seem like the center of the revolution by any means. It's just a massively popular and exportable thing that China does well and they're just taking an axe to it. I really, I don't know where this ends, but when I think about it from a global perspective, I hope it shows other countries. The importance of investing and doing smart regulation in the gaming industry, bare minimum. I think that this is a really good example of what not to do. And I do think it leaves a hole in the industry globally that can be filled by other places that have better regulatory environments and just as much innovation. So hopefully we can see some cool new stuff happen as a result, but I really don't understand the strategy here. Or why I'm not an expert on Chinese politics, of course, and maybe someone in the chat knows better than I do. I'm happy to learn more about that..

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"baidu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:37 min | 5 months ago

"baidu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Nathan Hager with your global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week You know Facebook all I'm sorry I should say meta isn't the only company hoping to dive into the metaverse In fact China is about to hold its first metaverse conference For more let's go to Bloomberg daybreak Asian host Brian Curtis Nathan Baidu says it will unveil its metaverse product called she wrong in the coming week It will happen at the company's Baidu create 2021 developer conference Bloomberg intelligence estimates the metaverse market opportunities could reach $800 billion and it will likely attract other Chinese players led by Tencent and ByteDance Joining us for a look at this burgeoning market and especially Baidu's role in it is Matthew kanterman Bloomberg intelligence senior research analyst Matthew thanks very much for joining us What do we know so far about the Baidu shirang metaverse environment We don't know very much so far I mean all of this is at such a nascent stage It seems like they're building something similar to what Roblox looks like or what Facebook meta's horizon looks like Some sort of avatar driven virtual world I think if you take a step back and you just think about their presence in the Internet it's largely been driven by search for a long time That's their core way they interact with consumers And they're trying to figure out how do they stay relevant as the Internet evolves from the web two era as we knew it the mobile social era into this metaverse era which is really the Internet enabled by real-time 3D software which is quite a broad definition but that's actually how we think about the metaverse It's not just a VR headset And so when you look at it through that lens search is going to be a different way of how we find information how we interact with people and search for that And so they're trying to position themselves to maintain that leadership as the Internet evolves itself And so we'll see exactly the details But it's clear that they're thinking ahead and thinking about defending their position as we enter this next era Well given the footprint of Tencent and ByteDance wouldn't they be even better positioned I totally think so I mean I think it's obviously the metaverse is evolving out of the gaming sector It's clear that that's becoming the first iteration of the metaverse Like I mentioned Roblox you look at what things like Tencent has done in honor of kings Again if you define the metaverse as we do as the Internet enabled by real-time 3D software from unity or from Epic Games is unreal game developers have the most experience using real-time 3D And so clearly they're best positioned to build the metaverse at least in its initial iterations And so yes someone like Tencent or ByteDance who's been investing heavily in gaming and has armies of the developers clearly has a leg up But I think there's other avenues On our podcast we ask the question recently what does the world of finance look like in the metaverse I don't necessarily know the answer to that But there's clearly lots of things that we don't know And so even though these initial applications clearly are evolving out of gaming there's a lot more to go down the road that we just don't have the answers to yet So no doubt a lot of companies in China are rushing to register trademarks on this in some way related to the metaverse I believe it's you and you Joe in Chinese But it's surprising because the regulators have already spoken about the risks right Yeah I mean I think any time there's a hot topic buzzword thing in this time clearly it was kicked off by Facebook changing its name to meta platforms and going all in on the metaverse and committing to invest $10 billion a year which is quite a large sum of money into this burgeoning economy But a lot of companies jump on the van wagon Oh actually no we're a metaverse company now because we do X Y and Z and I think the regulators are just telling everyone to pause take a step back and focus on substance versus hype because there is so much hype And if you look under the hood Tencent actually historically has always been very coy and very kind of reserved and how they talk about their product development And they let the products speak for themselves And they've been extremely reserved I mean they're the last earnings call back in November There were several questions about the metaverse And I think many of them were uninformed about what the metaverse is They're asking about VR headsets I mean again this is not a VR headset There's way more going on Ten cents already a leader in the metaverse today as it stands and they will continue to be because they're so broad based and they have such experience and broadly interactive entertainment So clearly they have a strong position without a VR headset And I think if you look at where some of these companies are coming from in terms of hyping it up and using the term metaverse to drive their stock price in the short term that's where the pushback comes from from the regulatory agencies And for Chinese policy makers what do they see as the main risks here I mean the biggest risk I think is a couple I mean one of the big technologies that's underpinning a lot of the metaverse outside of China right now is user generated content and kind of taking this concept of the creator economy and kicking it into overdrive We've seen that with Roblox for example Clearly that's something that's going to be difficult inside of the Chinese market given content restrictions that exist there So I think that's part of it And I think the other part is just being careful to not let there be market manipulation and really focus on the companies that are actually building this for the companies that are just really good at hyping it up Can companies like roadblocks and Epic Games get any kind of foothold in China So they're trying Roblox has a joint venture with Tencent and I believe it's called lobo in Chinese that probably but they launched in China back in June They've already taken it down though and they're kind of going back to the drawing board given the restrictions on the gaming sector for minors You look at Roblox roughly 80% of their daily active users are under the age of 18 which is the audience that's been hit the most by the regulations in China that have come down reducing playtime for minors on games So they have to re tweak the platform They're going to focus more on education applications for China So we'll see how that goes I think they have a long view so they're not willing to give up right away We saw Fortnite from Epic Games They gave up on China recently They pulled the long-standing beta of Fortnite in China that was going on It's a tough environment for foreign companies operating in China trying to get approvals for games you have to get a game license to run that game at large scale and monetize it So I think a lot of things are working against them But I think over time there's hope that as regulators come to realize that more and more of the economy is going to live in the digital world and the metaverse is what's going to power this They're going to have to find ways to allow this to happen It's just you know making sure that we put the right guardrails in place because if you look at the prior version of the Internet we kind of let everyone run free and run riot and we end up in a situation now where they're having to come back in and put caution flags halfway through the race rather than put the guardrails in place first And so I think they're really looking at that and trying to set the stage for this and put the rules and regulations in place now as we build towards this vision for the metaverse Matthew Cameron Bloomberg intelligent senior research analyst I'm Brian Curtis along with Doug Kushner You can catch us every weekday for Bloomberg daybreak Asia beginning at 7 a.m. in Hong Kong and 6 p.m. on Wall Street Nathan I thank you Brian Coming up here on Bloomberg daybreak.

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"baidu" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"baidu" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"A large city in the country. Exact pricing is unknown, but by who said it will be comparable to premium level ride hailing charges. Baidu operates a fleet of 67 robo taxis in the city offering free rides since October 2020. A new note from Apple analysts make cheap oil claims that apple's augmented reality headset will be able to operate untethered from a phone or Mac using a pair of processors to power two four K micro ola displays from Sony. One processor will be similar to the initial M1 chip for general work while a lower end processor will manage sensor related tasks. Quote predicts the headset will launch in Q four 2022. Google agreed to design develop and implement its privacy sandbox APIs with regulatory oversight and input from the UK's competition and markets authority and information commissioner's office. Google already agreed to a set of commitments with the CMA on its plans to deprecate third party cookies. The CMA will now take market consultation on these new commitments through December 17th, 2021. If satisfied with how these will impact competition and user privacy, the CMA will close its antitrust investigation into Google. The Wall Street Journal sources say managers at 9 Chinese state run companies, including China Mobile, or an employees about using ten cents weeks in chat app for any workplace communications and ordered any chat groups that contain sensitive information to be shut down and deleted. Weeks in is the domestic version of the popular WeChat app. Earlier this week, China's ministry of industry and information technology informed app stores that Tencent must get government approval to update or launch any apps. Bloomberg sources say that the cyberspace administration of China asked executives at DD global to create a plan to delist the company from the New York Stock Exchange, setting concerns over leaking sensitive data, NED listing plan would require government approval, although it's reportedly possible the regulator may backtrack on this request. Google released its first cloud threat intelligence report, looking at compromised cloud instances, Google found that crypto mining was the most common malicious activity, making up 86% of all actions taken after compromise. This happens fast too, with malicious actors able to launch crypto miners within 22 seconds most of the time. 40% of compromise instances were taken within 8 hours of deploying. Google Warren public facing instances are regularly scanned with compromises occurring due to no password or a weak password on user accounts and API connections in just under half of all cases. 9 to 5 Google passed on a report from the Korean publication ET news that Samsung were reportedly end production on the galaxy note 20 series, by the end of 2021. The company also reportedly has no plans for a galaxy note device on its 2022 road map. The Chinese food delivery giant meter one reported in Q three that revenues grew 37.9% of the year to ¥48.8 billion. That's about 7.64 billion U.S. dollars, beating analyst estimates. However, the company lost ¥10 billion in the quarter compared to a ¥6.3 billion profit a year ago. It's worse quarterly performance since 2018. Chinese regulators issued a 3.4 billion you want fine against the company for abusing its dominant market position last month. Gross delivery transaction volume growth slowed to 29.5%, although revenues from new initiatives like its group buying service and hotel booking increased 66.7% in the year to ¥13.7 billion. And finally, security researchers at checkpoint disclosed four vulnerabilities in media text audio digital signal processor firmware, which could have allowed an attacker to eavesdrop on audio data. This vulnerability was accessible from the Android user space, meaning it could be potentially accessed by a malicious app without further user interaction. Mediatech release patches for the vulnerabilities in October..

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"baidu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"baidu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Discount to yesterday's closing price The stock under pressure and Baidu shares dropping as much as almost 9% at the moment down about 5% a little bit more than that And that is it concerned about the ad market in China And that's even as Baidu did report better than expected results in the third quarter It's just that kind of day where investors are punishing anything that is short of very good news Banking index down 1.3% the nikkei is down about 8 tenths of 1% in China the CSI 300 is also trading down about 1% a couple of markets that are bucking the trend just barely the Taiwan market to tie X there is up about three tenths of a percent and the ASX 200 is going along its way up about two tenths of 1% The dollar is weaker It was weaker overnight Pretty sharply continuing a little bit of weakness here in Asia The Euro trading at 1.13 31 the yen has gained against the dollar right now the N one 1408 and the yield on the ten year treasury is now 1.58% The big story the oil market was whether or not the U.S. and China would release some crude from their strategic reserves no final decision yet WTI trading down about 9 tenths of 1% at $77 and 60 cents a barrel And that is your Bloomberg business flash Let's get a news update we crossed to New York and we have Denise Pellegrini with the latest Denise Thank you Brian will.

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"baidu" Discussed on Life of an Architect

Life of an Architect

05:55 min | 8 months ago

"baidu" Discussed on Life of an Architect

"If it's a multifamily project we are not going to be competitive on the apartments. That stuff is manufactured. It's not really created in a shop like ours. It just is not crafted. It is manufactured. Right yeah it is it really is. It's produced assembly lines different deal so we don't even try to beat on that note. We baidu is the lobby or the amenity spaces right. Those are high touch points. And there's a different level of value mean in those bases and it makes sense. Sometimes i advocate those and then on other projects where it's for a retailer may be rolling out several dozen we might do the prototype or the first cheaper types and then we would partner with another company who has more capacity or frankly just what our clients parker with another company that has the capacity to some of the bigger during those particular type of jobs that as a designer resonate with you because i will tell you that as i've looked through i don't think it's creeper of me 'cause i'm on instagram. You put it out there for people like me who digestive stuff with some volume are remember watching the beer caddies coming together and thinking how fun that must have been for the people working on that project to come up with the concept how to make it work. It's like this little artistic. It's a little folly. It's like a little melwork folly. That was made and i look at those sorts of things and i go man. That looks like an architect did that. That looks like that was born out of problem solving one on one but making it cool and making an entering as a thing even empty. It's interesting stacked up. it's interesting. I don't know who designed that in your office. I don't know how the process works. But i wonder if those sorts of challenges and things are tasked with our received differently than if somebody saying. Hey i wanna design you know this really beautiful crans. That's going to go into the front hall of this building. Yeah and they're all different in. That's what i love about. It ain't accustomed avocation was exactly it added custom than problems are different. The people are different price points or different. There's a story behind everything that at beer caddy islands gonna laugh of brought it up because we did that obviously for a brewery. I wasn't part of the deal making on this but we decided we were going to do the caddies in trade for beer. And i tell you. I don't think we won on the negotiation. There didn't come out ahead on that one. Well i don't know. I mean financially speaking and we have had on a beer and which. Maybe you could argue that we did okay. That was a competition inside our office and anybody could submit and actually one of our craftsman one that who's also in hardest. The most are craftsmen are by the way they've got art degree at some sort and so one of our craftsman won that competition and that's working from..

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Analyst: Didi's IPO Was a Disaster. Here's Why

BTV Simulcast

02:10 min | 11 months ago

Analyst: Didi's IPO Was a Disaster. Here's Why

"Calls the DD IPO a disaster with more on that and what China's crackdown means for more tech companies in his Edith Yeung of Race Capital is a China expert. And we're so glad to have you here because Once again dd feeling the pain share price. I mean, now, like 11 bucks well below where the IPO price was. And the question marks surrounding who knew? And when? Why was it such a disaster in your own minds? I Is such a disaster because there's a lot of rumors, speculation that maybe the founder and CEO both ignore about the request and the change and make sure that they need to comply with the data security and compliance before they go public. Regardless and there's a lot. This costs a lot of action lawsuit going on now, and there's a lot of hatred for the founders and also for the for the president, and it's just really unfortunate to see what's going on. Which in my mind, I think you know, companies send of really chilling effect for many, many Chinese companies that with the goal to get listed in In the U. S recently, including companies like Kid Keep, and Himalayas recently wanted to go IPO in the U. S. I heard that both call it off because of what's going on with the D. Link Doc as well, postponing its IPO. The ramifications there that is this to your mind's eye, Edith. What China wants. Does it want to prevent make it harder, more difficult for companies to go to the capital source that is the United States? I think you know what's really, really interesting to me is that in the past, a lot of people say data is the new oil data now really is the most important things in terms of infrastructure. I think China the most. Some of the most important Internet company of China, including Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent music are all listed in the U. S. Says over 248. Companies from China is listening to US. U. S stock market is really, really important to China and Chinese company. But having

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"baidu" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"baidu" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

"Dr organic marketing success in the chinese market joining us for marketing and china weekends. Marcus penstock who is the chief. Seo consultant for search metrics which is an seo and content marketing platform that helps enterprise scale. Businesses monitor their online presence and make data driven decisions so far this week. Marcus and i have talked about whether it makes sense for your brand enter the chinese market. We've talked about why. The internet works differently in china and yesterday we covered. Why by do is the most important search engine in china not google today. We're gonna continue the conversation talking about the differences between those two search engines. Why by do google are similar and why they're different but before we get started. I want to remind you that this podcast is brought to you by search metrics. If you've been listening to this podcast for a while you probably know that. Google is rolling out core web vitals soon. So what are you doing about it..

"baidu" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"baidu" Discussed on Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

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Baidu rolls out paid driverless taxi service in Beijing

All Things Considered

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Baidu rolls out paid driverless taxi service in Beijing

"Chinese tech giant Baidu rolled out its paid driverless taxi service today, but there was no safety driver behind the wheel. Instead of safety member was in the front passenger seat.

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Baidu has rallied 200% in the past year. Analysts bet it can keep going as it lists in Hong Kong

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Baidu has rallied 200% in the past year. Analysts bet it can keep going as it lists in Hong Kong

"Of chinese internet giant by do edged up eight tenths of a percent in its secondary listing today on the hong kong stock exchange. The gains paled in comparison to one's by other chinese tech giants including quite show which surged more than one hundred ninety percent last month. Such listings have been dubbed homecomings for chinese companies that also trade on us stock exchanges. David quoque cofounder of the smart investor explains why investors gave by do such a muted perception in hong kong. Why is by to even going to hong kong in the first place. It's already got twenty four billion in the bank. So why is it going to hong kong just to raise three billion. us dollars. And that i think is the question that investors asking. It's not the only technology stocks that has seen sort of a lackluster performance. I think jd dot com saw a bigger rise than by did today but still not anywhere near what were used to sing in public offerings. Do you think this is a problem of an oversaturated market of these so-called homecomings for chinese companies. I think it's also partly because investors have got their eyes on possible interest rate rises and consequently they are saying that technology companies are not really sort of the place to be right now ultimately when you have a look at some of these technology companies particularly the ones that already have a primary listing in america. They are coming home to hong kong and part of that. Reason is because they are very concerned about the frosty relationship between america and china and if that frosty relationship turns into a big freeze then of course they want to have some way in which they can. Select listing where they can attract chinese investors. David co founder of the smart investor in singapore. Thanks for breaking this down

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Americans Won't Be Banned From Investing in Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu

WSJ What's News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Americans Won't Be Banned From Investing in Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu

"We report the. Us will not ban. Americans from investing in chinese tech giant's alibaba tencent holdings and by do officials had been weighing the company's alleged ties to china's military against the potential economic impact of banning. Them people familiar with the matter. Say the us no longer plans to include them on the defense department list that would bar americans from investing in them

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China's Geely, Baidu announce electric car ventures

Dennis Prager

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

China's Geely, Baidu announce electric car ventures

"The electric vehicle market is heating up in this new year. Chinese automaker Jilly says it will form an electric car venture with tech giant Baidu, adding to a flurry of joint ventures in the industry to shares soaring tech development costs that can run into the billions of dollars. Really, which also has separate electric car brands, says the venture with by do will focus on intelligent and connected vehicles. It offers no details of investment or when products might be released.

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"baidu" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"baidu" Discussed on Z104

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"baidu" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"baidu" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Not known it better tapping that gap in money, Dear Rich baby, be my baby. I think I made it happen. You were just got options. I could pass him. Just judge. I'm spend his holiday like everybody got ready in the time I could put a ball in his own pudding intro. Just don't give me that tempo. So pull here her. Don't let her friends in the building. I move like a genie of inches. My me those got free smoke on the West Coast, Pre wrote dark hair like she go. She go hometown Hero film myself came out of my ego. She heard my deep so she said. Baidu's high five free hang around. Does she wanted my lingo back? Dan was worried about me in the gym trying to work him up freak. Money in the club like sound? Yes, man, she little freak on count. She won't put this on the ground little boys trying to get on the ground. I can't switch on the fan switch thing when my head has him in from every direction. Even some homies be wearing expression. I'd be discouraged in sharing my blessings. We used to share a connection. Now I just feel like it's wearing stretching. I'm getting arrested, taken advice from people who never stare reflection. Somewhere in there is a lesson yelling evolving is very depressing. I was the best thing for me and the Cardinals dissection got chairs the president under the water and wear protection. Got a career and I'm very invested. Some people call it scary upset. I like to call it a pleasure. I could be sitting with legs, Petey, We get traction. I'm individuals, Peg. I'm digging except I got a baby something on me. Is she trying to get it? That's my type of distraction. That's my baby. She left come on, floating about to get a pen and a brand new sheets for the bed, they say I wasn't tuned in Baghdad they keep doing over squid asking brand new, which is how I got options. I could pass it just Josh. I'm spend this holiday large body got voice into touching 92 3 new hope for hip hop is standing up to racism and racial injustice in the black and brown community. Big boy's neighborhood. Major League Baseball is in the neighborhood news, Natalia Yeah, it looks like they're taking a page out of the NFL handbook when it comes to being able to include fans in.

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"baidu" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"baidu" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Of law to. Call her. Court leash of. Democracy, to stop CCP's, Grecian President trump had latte aunties and we need the other countries to join him in these fight. A five four, our war future. Danny up to fight I've fairness isn't easy. I know so president. Trump. But he has. Sui the courage to we that fight. We need to support. Vote. And a five four president clamp for the sake of the word. y'All listen I, realize he. There are points where where he's a little bit hard to understand but this is this is worth hearing. Buzzfeed and I want to get into this in the third hour. buzzfeed actually has taken satellite data. and has been able to show the concentration camps in China they've been able to find them on maps. Ironically, the way they were able to find them on maps China has a mapping platform called. Baidu, and Baidu e shows you certain parts of the map where. You All your grace squares you don't actually see what's there on the satellite and so buzzfeed actually commissioned a private company to fly their satellites and take pictures where all those gray squares word guess what's their concentration camps? It continues to amaze me the NBA, is willing to walk off the court in this country for racial injustice and makes billions from China and keeps his mouth shut. And I do think that matters. It's not a what about situation It is a consistency situation. The NBA does not just make money off of American basketball fans. It makes lots of money off China. And that is willing to be brave and bold and and not play games here and walk off courts and protests to social injustice here. But not do that in China suggested actually is about the money for them. And it was great of the Republicans to have someone on stage last night who was willing to talk about the stuff. And in stand up. And speak until the truth. Because there aren't a whole lot of people willing to do that these days with China with you got the NBA boycotting in the like and here again, we see the NBA as we've seen throughout the summer and also the WNBA wearing the black lives matter shirts, all of the players and and and their fans. So many of them with the black screen for black lives matter that day on Social Media and here it is NBA again, leading the way this is a remarkable development. It will be seen I think for what it is as something that's historic that will be study fifty or one hundred years from now because it is a big part of this conversation and. We've seen over and over again these NBA players have a conscience that so many other athletes really don't seem to exhibit and you may disagree with them. You may say this is wrong but you cannot for one second wolf argue with the fact that they are making a stand. The way we saw nineteen, Sixty, eight at the Olympics..

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"baidu" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"baidu" Discussed on Z104

"For WNBC FM HD one north of Newport News for junior beach radio dot com Station. All the hits nonstop. See 104 was brand new, which is how I got out. I could pass him just Josh, I'm spend his holiday logged in my body Got ready touching. I could put a ball in his own. Put it to find like control. Jessalyn, Give me that tempo. Pull here. Food her. Don't let her friends no, Bill and I moved like it done in Pacini of inches over him. I mean, those guys free smoke on the West Coast about zero dark hair like she goes. She does. Hometown hero film myself came out of my ego she had in mind. Oh, she said Baidu's high five free hang around. Doesn't she wanted my lingo back? Dan wasn't worried about me in the gym trying to work on my free spending money in the club like sales. Yes, man, she little freak on count. Don't put this on the ground. Slow boys trying to get on the ground. I can't switch on the fan switch on this When my head is I feel resentment from every direction. Even some homies be wearing expressions. I be discouraged Sharma blessed way used to share a connection. I just feel like it's wearing stretch. I'm getting arrested. It's taken advice from people who never stare reflection. Somewhere in there is a lesson yelling, evolving is very depressing. I'm in the club with the best about seeing me in the cardinal's share in this section, got chairs the president under the water and wear protection. Got a career and I'm very invested. Some people call it scary obsessed. I like to call it a pressure can be sent over the legs. Pity. We get contraction. I'm individuals, Peg. I'm digging exit. I gotta baby summoned on me. Is she trying to get it? That's my type of distraction. That's my baby. She let come on, Flo, and I'm about to get up a brand new sheets for the bed. They say yeah. Wasn't tuned in Baghdad last week. They keep checking. I ain't doing no verse. Quit asking Problem. Brand new witches hard. I got options. I could peasant stock. Josh, I'm spend this holiday large. My body got rid of them.

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"baidu" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"baidu" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Radio on all new Real 92 3 was brand new with just how I got out. I could just spend this holiday larger. My body got rid of him. I could put a violin in his own, put it down like control. Just don't give me that tempo. Her. Don't let her friends Bill and I moved in Pacini of inches owes me those got free smoke on the West Coast, about three rows, dark hair like she goes. She does. Hometown hero film myself came out of my ego. She heard of my deep so she said. Baidu's high five free hang around. Does she wanted my lingo? I wasn't worried about me in the gym trying to work my freak down money of the club like sounds. Yes, man, she little freak on count. She won't put this on the ground. Little boys trying this on the ground. I can't switch on the fan switch thing in my head. I feel resentment from every direction, even some homeless dude wearing expressions. I'd be discouraged in sharing my blessings. We used to share a connection. Now I just feel like it's wearing stretch. I'm getting arrested, taken advice from people who never stare reflection somewhere. There's a lesson yelling, evolving is very depressing. I'm in the club with the best. What Say me and the Cardinals China section got chairs the president under the water and wear protection. Got a career and I'm very invested. Some people call it a very upset. I like to call it. Pressure could be sitting with legs, Petey, we get situation. I'm individuals, Peg. I'm digging. I got a baby Something on me. Is she trying to get it? That's my type of distraction. That's my baby. She left Come on, floating about to get up a brand new sheets for the bed. They say they keep doing over. Quit asking brand new which just have got options. I could pass it. Just judge. I'm spending his holiday larding bodyguard. Voice in a tight.

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"baidu" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"baidu" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Me, Rollo, one of these cars and you think that his mind with the rims and tires on it be a bad guy. All I need is your help. No, can do it. You don't want to be a part of people looking at me saying he made it there and he really made it. You might want to just go out and buy one of those vehicles that is that all That's room. That God Oh, I can help you with today. You didn't help me at all. Thank you. Just hug since I could pass him face down. Just Josh. I'm spend his holiday lugging my body got ready touching. I could put a violin in his own. Put it back. Control. Just don't give me that tempo. Helpful here. Tell her Don't let her friends no Bill and I moved like a patina of inches off my me those got free smoke on the West Coast, about three rows, dark hair Like she goes, she hometown Hero film myself came out of my ego. She heard my deep so she said. Baidu's high five free hang around, Doesn't she wanted my lingo back down? Wasn't worried about me in the gym. Bring down the money in the club like sounds? Yes, Mouth, she little freak on Put this on the ground. Little boys trying this on the ground. I can't switch on the fan thing when my head is I feel resentment from every direction. Even some homies expression. I'd be discouraged Sharma Blessing way used to share a connection not just feels like it's wearing stretches. I'm getting arrested. It's taking advice from people who never stare reflection. Somewhere in there is a lesson yelling, evolving is very I'm in the club with the best. What seems to be in the Cardinals are in this section. We gotta change the president under the water and wear protection. Got a career and I'm very invested. Some people call it very upset. I like to call it a pleasure. I could be sitting with legs, Petey, We get traction. I'm individuals, Peg. I'm digging except I got a baby something on me. Is she trying to get it? That's my type of distraction. That's my come on, floating about to get up a brand new sheets for the bed. Yeah. I wasn't tuned in Baghdad last week. They keep drinking. I ain't doing.

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Moderna stock surges 17% on coronavirus vaccine trial news

MarketFoolery

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Moderna stock surges 17% on coronavirus vaccine trial news

"Going to start with the stock of the Dan. That's MODERNA. Because MADERNA's shares up in the neighborhood of like ten twelve percent after the company said they're Covid, nineteen vaccine candidate produced a robust response. That's their word. Robust it all forty five patients that were involved in an early study. Encouraging News Emily. I'm sure that's why we're seeing. The reaction. In the stock I will point out that at the end of this month. Modern is going to be doing a much bigger trial. They're gonNA. Start a trial with thirty thousand people so hopefully, the results of that test are just as encouraging. But what did you make of this news? There is a lot to unpack year. This study with forty five patients, which to your point. Robust Immune response and producing antibodies that could prevent or at least counter the spread of this new covid. It started to come out, and it's a phase one study, so don't read much into it, but it is promising not just for investors, but for humankind that we may be making some progress on the Front for creating a corona virus vaccine, but what's really important to remember with these earnings is or Is that this is the first covert vaccine to be tested human, so we're very early stage here. This is just a phase one study. The big big dog is as you mentioned towards the end of July. There's going to be likely some face three tests moving forward where they're going to test this vaccine at upper thirty thousand people. That's going to be a lot more informative for investors and more importantly for everybody. As to whether or not, this vaccine really has to veracity to be the preventative measure that we've all been looking for.

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Is Now An Opportune Moment To Examine Tencent Holdings

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

04:48 min | 2 years ago

Is Now An Opportune Moment To Examine Tencent Holdings

"Or tech giant Tencent reports earnings in the coming week the works of the prisoner and Brian Curtis are standing by with more Bob Tencent holdings is reporting earnings next weekend may provide a degree of hope that some firms are managing well through the crisis Bloomberg intelligence says the ten cent is likely to report strong fourth quarter sales and profit growth as it expands gaming fintech and social ad businesses then I thought we'd take a look at this entire area with Bloomberg's face turned laying to get some insights into ten cent and others and how they are managing through the coronavirus survey thanks very much for joining us now we had some warnings already from companies like Ali Baba and JD dot com and we had been told or with its earnings missing estimates contents sent bucked the trend yeah Brian I think we we got to recognize that the the quarter data reporting is the fourth quarter right and that's really before the virus outbreak started in January so I think fourth quarter results probably going to be intact groove is robust online games is recovering from the regular tree set back in twenty eighteen at stake spending so all's good right but what the market will really be looking for is any form of guidance into what the first quarter's going to look like and we've seen data that suggests that the show online services such as online games online video who work from home software cloud computing stuff like that has actually seen increased usage imprint the penetration with the outbreak in January and February physical businesses e-commerce foot delivery these things have obviously seen a lot of disruption because of travel restrictions and and logistics disruptions and so on so in terms of what the market had been discounting for the first quarter considering the fact that the lunar new year holiday was a major component in that especially working E. commerce is related does there have to be a major re thinking now in terms of earnings expectations I think a lot of fun it has been priced in worship places that obviously in the loss a couple of weeks being the not doing too well full China internet companies so we've seen reports coming out from the likes of Ali Baba VIP shopping portal and JD suggesting that there will be a fairly significant sales contraction in the first quarter the upside is most of these companies are now saying that the increase penetration the accelerated user adoption is probably going to benefit them down the road when the epidemic subside so that it is difficult to quantify and I don't think a lot of consensus numbers have that in yet you think that this would put a lot of pressure on these companies to control their costs or in the case of ten cent do you think they're doing so this Stenson and I would see the entire time to eat internet space in general has been curtailing costs expansion in the loss a year and that actually has been driven in part by the trade war with the U. S. macroeconomic concerns so people have been tightening their belts already and with this virus outbreak impacting sales in the coming quarters all to it's likely to cost controls will heighten having said that a lot of these companies E. commerce companies for example Ali Baba and people don't have been put in place to support measures for the merchants and they use US subsidies to promote more spending by the users weaving commissions from merchants especially for delivery companies like me tons of these things put up her the bottom line right at least for the next one to two quarters yeah and maybe that will show up in the equity price action but I'm concerned about the credit side of the equation to particularly as we given all the stresses that we're been talking about in financial markets see credit spreads to a white now to bid it mean if you look at the bonds Ian and ten cents for example how have they been trading in is there a lot of concern on the credit side of the ledger I think the for this particular space all the companies are basically that cash and the the highly cash flow generate if every quarter even with a sales decline of fifteen to twenty percent in the coming quarters it is quite likely that the cash flows will be positive so I I'm not too concerned about the bonds that that Tencent Alibaba Baidu and

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"baidu" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"baidu" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Worst part of human experience by far doctor what are you dealing a lot here with meditation well this report to change in the brain has become aware of the problem in a separate meditation is a process where you Connors systems decrease his journal and that's a reprogramming told us very very effective so meditation by itself won't work again the unconscious brainwashing studies is a part of his one million times stronger than a contest right to meditation does it just dropped on Baidu's chemicals which is part of the unconscious part of the brain and is very effective by itself is not gonna solve the problem they want nobody self the agency to keep part of the problem the union from aware of the automatic survivor responds then you substitute that's what neural plasticity is you have to substitute going to be until become aware of the problem he can't deal with it so remember anytime you're stressed you guys can secrete adrenaline because is threatened so one of my friends for luscious and who is another author when asked if the human body is designed to survive you're always gonna have armor for danger we always try to be safe your body is always on alert to protect itself so when you become aware that you're on right responses always occur not only survival didn't take that deep breath relax a little bit calm down the nervous system then with repetition your branch to structure your brain actually start to physically change how important is sleep in this program is number one all right yeah the entire process simply doesn't work without sleep and when.

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"baidu" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"baidu" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"I mean what she's she's completely different. You know Baidu kind of I mean. She's a foster kid so she is an orphan but they didn't say that they didn't say orphan specifically And then they do say that the kid has potential which you know could could easily be built upon properly in a sequel film or another movie with her in it That her you know her taking to fighting in training and things like so like better than anybody ever has you know what I mean. They they could make her. They could make her that type of Character moving forward But I mean to to have a character to basically. Would that have a character that would have been like this for the story that they use to have a character of such importance? Be a mute and stuff it would have probably I mean probably could have been played for plenty of laughs on Harley's point but it would have been hard to. It would have been hard to move some of the platform word if she didn't interact true but I just I mean they could have made her just a cute kid legacy different character. She didn't have to be CASSANDRA. Cain and that's kind of my thought process so all right so moving on next lease support cater. Victors as.

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"baidu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"baidu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Why can't we just funded? Well, what's why didn't we do that for the for the years that the house and Senate were both Republican could we have your well your questions question is is the fence authorized, absolutely. Yes. All times day all the way back to the nineteen nineties so authorized partisan basis. Chuck Schumer voted for Democrats voted for the second point is why didn't Republicans do it because Republicans failed to do their job. And they got their case last November because they'd be able to do their job. So they could have tip was that they could have. They could have refunded it. Yeah. Absolutely. Not you. Op Ed in the federalist last week, right? I curry hold up one of the pieces of their it's time for Democrats to stop their political candidate Baidu, and it's time for Republicans. It's pandering to big business for cheap labor, and you get a job. Get get busy busy doing their job security for it. We do that. I promise you will get better immigration system better labor because while predictable labor supply, we'll fix it. Make it work. It'll be better for the for the immigrants who do you come here. So this is something that we ought to do to be nonpartisan. It's the basic duty of government is border. The price of all the line. It's congressman chip Reid. Chip. Thanks a million. Really? Appreciate the time. Let's talk again soon. Janey Joe, God bless you. And your daughter works down there. They appreciate chip ROY. And listen, we we talked about what we can do what we can't do we talked about. Whether there is really a law on the books or not there is we talked about how you go forward. Now, what might happen? And I think you get good information. There. Your thoughts on what you just heard one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. Stay right here. This is traffic and weather KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM. Thank you. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..

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"baidu" Discussed on Tickets

Tickets

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"baidu" Discussed on Tickets

"There is a sneaker store the radio posit building. He shouldn't said sunny stuff plug for them. Now. I mean, they're they're cool line lost thing. I ski your take on his maybe your vice for people who seek building seeking to build particularly around sort of pillars that Baidu is built on. I'd love to hear kind of what you've noticed from this space from your investments words with vice people are looking to to make moves sure. I mean, you just t- things if you re already in that mindset, then built he's got build and put it out and get feedback. Like, it's it's there are so many people that are waiting for that. The perfect time to do all the perfect opportunity or I just want to get this. Right. And it's like it's like a muscle, right? You've got to you got to use that muscle. You gotta go build and you go to go do it. And you go to put it out. And even people hate it. It's fine. Like, at least you've done it. Because if he's if you just keep theorising nothing good comes from that. And then the other thing that I get also is I have advertising background. And so I have a lot of people from advertising saying, oh James wanna, you know, wanna get into like the start of a space 'cause appetizing industries cratering oil, you know, whatever like startup seems cool. And I'm always I like, what's the like what have you done the sort of bridges that you'll the advertising world into start up world. And there are various things that you can do that. You can go become a mentor at bike, and etc. Program. I was immense textiles all. Or Gubbio mental for friends that are doing stops. And and just get into that world. So that you because maybe it's not thing that you think is going to be or maybe it is. But at least like go go play in that. Whoa. Go towards people go help people out. You know, use your creativity to help out how the startups and. More. You do that. The more opportunities will arise. We'll be back next time with another addition of tickets, if you enjoy the separate please leave review or writing via your preferred all cost provider or just Tele friend, and if you have any questions on this episode or suggestions for new owns, please. Join me line just that was Howard grade on net that's gray within a Ford slash focused. Thanks for this thing.

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China Baidu's second quarter exceeds expectations, powered by ad sales growth

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

01:00 min | 4 years ago

China Baidu's second quarter exceeds expectations, powered by ad sales growth

"Latest business, flash headlines and go back out to Debra Debra Eighty yards gained in late trade after. Second quarter revenue and profit topped expectations, the rising popularity of its personalized news service help China's, largest search. Engine sustained growth sales jumped to three point, nine billion dollars and net income hit nine hundred, thirty, nine million it's. The sixth straight quarter of revenue growth four by do which last COO former Microsoft executive CI Lou in. May Chartered fell in London as expenses in the first half of. The year higher-than-expected seven percent the emerging markets lender also indicated those costs. Are likely to decline over the rest, of two thousand eighteen the bank's finances trade across Asia, and Africa. Even so CFO Andy house told Bloomberg he's, confident of weathering the head from rising tensions between, China, and the US We're not seeing evidential, signs.

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