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Join us for an intimate evening with CEO Joe Chen of Renren (NYSE: RENN), the Chinese social networking site often dubbed "The Facebook of China." Joe will discuss what it takes to be successful in China -- an intensely competitive, highly fragmented social networking sector. To diversify Renren's social platform revenues and grow his base beyond 147 million active users, Joe and his team recently launched and/or acquired Chinese equivalents of Zynga, YouTube, Tumblr, and Groupon. Joe will discuss the successes and challenges with these efforts, why he is now heavily investing in the mobile space, and how hardware platforms impact social networking. Joe will also share his thoughts on where the "power of social" is transforming businesses, and how the financial services sector is already being disrupted. His first U.S. investment is in SoFi, a San Francisco startup transforming the student loan industry by leveraging the power of technology, community, and alumni investment capital. SoFi's pool-to-pool business model provides alumni investors with a double bottom line return -- allowing alumni to earn a return on their capital while also doing good. Joe invested personally within 10 minutes of meeting SoFi's co-founder, Mike Cagney. About Joe Chen and Renren: A pioneer of China's internet industry, Joe Chen is the founder of Renren, China's leading real name social networking internet platform. Besides Renren.com, its platform includes an online games site, the social commerce website Nuomi.com, and the video-sharing website 56.com. Joe holds a B.S. in Physics from the University of Delaware, an M.S. in Engineering from MIT, and a MBA from Stanford University. About Jeff Yang: Jeff Yang writes the Tao Jones column for the Wall Street Journal Online, covering the convergence of global cultures and its impact on media, entertainment and technology. He can be heard regularly on "The Brian Lehrer Show" on WNYC, NPR's flagship station in New York. An author of five books, Jeff is a Harvard College alumnus. Twitter: @originalspin About Mike Cagney and SoFi*: Mike Cagney is the co-founder and CEO of SoFi, whose innovative Community Loan Program brings a new party to the broken $1 trillion student loan industry -- alumni. SoFi empowers alumni to provide student loan funding through their IRAs while earning an attractive financial return and making a positive difference in their community. Mike also co-founded Cabezon Investment Group, a global macro hedge fund. He holds an M.S. in Management from Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Become a Fan on FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/g1SJNo Tencent to enter the Chinese market. It has started the preparation. However, there are reports saying that Groupon might return in failure, just like Google and Yahoo that tried in vain in Chinese Internet market. Is Groupon wise enough to enter China? Analysts are not optimistic about its move. According to The Wall Street Journal, currently Groupon is preparing for the recruitments in Beijing. It has put up recruitment ads on China's prominent websites and university websites. Obviously, China's 450 million netizens are attractive to Groupon, but China's tight Internet control also poses serious challenges to Groupon. Groupon's start in China was not smooth. Financial Times reported, Groupon launched its official Gaopeng website in China, but within hours, it was taken down. Local regulators said the site had not yet received a valid license. The report said, the unknown future of this new website highlights the struggles of foreign Internet companies in Mainland China. Groupon encountered many other difficulties, too. The Southern Metropolis Daily said, Groupon's newly inaugurated VP of China Market resigned. Its external environment is also not very friendly. Since Groupon recruited many talented people from its competitors, they initiated a joint boycott. It is said that they reached an oral agreement to "never employ" anyone who worked for Groupon. Nevertheless, Groupon's biggest problem is how to open up markets in China. In 2010, the group purchase business in China involved many frauds. Lack of market supervision causes the public to question the credibility of group purchase business and operators. On Jan. 21, China's e-commerce giant Alibaba announced the resignation of its CEO and COO due to the suspected fraud of about 1000 "China Suppliers." Peter Navarro, a professor in the School of Business, University of California, has followed China's Internet business development. He analyses the challenges faced by foreign companies investing in China. He said: "Any company entering China is concerned if its technology would be stolen; they have to face unfair competitions from local Chinese companies. These are the biggest obstacles.」Therefore, no Internet companies succeeded in China so far. Then, what factors have hindered the development of foreign companies in China? Professor Navarro told VOA, in his view, market protectionism, corruption, censorship, and limit to stock holding are all factors. This is not a free market that Americans know about. NTD Reporters Song Feng and Sun Ning 其他推荐: 《神韵》2011世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/ 《九评共产党》全球多语种文本下载 http://www.epochtimes.com/gb/4/12/13/... 达拉斯艺术名流盛赞神韵 http://www.ntdtv.com/xtr/gb/2010/12/2...
Vol. 1, Classic Judo Masters (103 minutes), includes 47 sensei and shows the great Judo legends like Kotani, Ishikawa, Mifune and many others. These are the men who were considered the “protégés” of Grandmaster Kano. This footage has never seen by the public since it was shot over 60 years ago in Japan. Author Hal Sharp recounts stories of each master from his own experience. 1. Prologue, 2. Kodokan, 3. Children Novices & Women, 4. 10th Dan Senseis 5. Other Great Teachers, 6. All-Japan Champions, 7. Other Competitors.
Google is moving to try to avoid a hefty fine from European competition regulators. ... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/09/09/google-offers-new-concessions-to-head-off-ec-competition-fine Google is moving to try to avoid a hefty fine from European competition regulators. Brussels is considering fining the search engine company $5 billion (3.8 billion euros) after accusing it of blocking competitors and favoured its own services in web search results. Now Google has made an offer of concessions which it hopes will satisfy the regulators, but neither side will say publically what those concessions are. "The Commission received a proposal from Google and is assessing it," EU Commission spokesman Jonathan Todd said. He did not provide details nor say if rivals would be given a chance to assess the concessions. "Our proposal to the European Commission addresses their four areas of concern. We continue to work with the Commission to settle this case," Google spokesman Al Verney said. The rivals who complained about Google said that after a previous "inadequate" offer they want the Commission to get their feedback on whether the latest concessions would be enough. "Given the failure of Google to make a serious offer last time around, we believe it is necessary that customers and competitors of Google be consulted in a full, second market test," Thomas Vinje, a lawyer for FairSearch said in a statement. FairSearch is a lobbying group whose members include Microsoft and other complainants such as online travel agency Expedia, British price comparison site Foundem and France's Twenga. The EU executive body believes Google may have favoured its own search services over those of rivals and copied travel and restaurant reviews from competing sites without permission. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews