doing business in china

doing business in china

iPad trademark dispute shows troubles of doing business in China

www.washingtonpost.com
To most global consumers, the iPad is practically synonymous with American electronics titan Apple. But one debt-ridden company in China, Proview, is alleging that it is the rightful owner of the trademark for the name of one of Apple’s signature devices. The claim has resulted in government officials yanking the...
iPad trademark dispute shows troubles of doing business in China

Congress On China: Google Gets A Big Wet Kiss. Microsoft Is “Enabling Tyranny”

techcrunch.com
This is why I have a strong dislike of government and our system of lobbyists. Many people in the tech community are becoming increasingly skeptical of Google’s motives in partially pulling out of the Chinese markets and starting to suggest a certain level of hypocrisy. Google gets hacked over the...
Congress On China: Google Gets A Big Wet Kiss. Microsoft Is “Enabling Tyranny”

Google Apps in China: It May Work, It May Not

www.readwriteweb.com
The Google break from China raises some questions for the enterprise considering cloud computing. It's one thing if the network goes down. That can be fixed. But when the government does its own blockade, that's another story. Google Apps customers face this very issue. Google has the thorny task of...
Google Apps in China: It May Work, It May Not

Hong Kong court allegedly sides with Apple in iPad name dispute

www.engadget.com
If you've been following the latest bub around the hub, you may remember Apple's recent scuff with Shenzhen-based Proview Technology -- the Chinese outfit that holds the local trademark on the name "iPad." Not only did Apple lose a trademark lawsuit for the iPad name, but some time later...
Hong Kong court allegedly sides with Apple in iPad name dispute
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Baidu declares for China with Diaoyu Island doodle as anti-Japan protests continue

thenextweb.com
As thousands of Chinese citizens continue to protest against Japan’s nationalization of the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands, local search engine Baidu took a clear stance on Tuesday with a ‘doodle’ on its homepage that showed a Chinese flag planted on the archipelago. The doodle is coordinated to correspond with the anniversary of...
Baidu declares for China with Diaoyu Island doodle as anti-Japan protests continue
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