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China scrambles for high-tech dominance
“You have lead individuals and firms that have established beachheads of success and power,” said Marguerite Gong Hancock, a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, who directed the study. “They are the same firms that were successful in Silicon Valley that have transplanted their expertise to China.”
Mention of Marguerite Gong Hancock in eTaiwan News on December 7, 2011
From Made in China to Invented in China: 'Chinov8!'
We’ll be debating trends in venture capital investment in China at our ‘Chinov8!’ event, Oct. 6, at Rosewood Sand Hill. Our expert panelists include Brad Bao of Tencent, Bill Tai of Charles River Ventures, Tim Draper of DFJ, Richard Lim of GSR Ventures plus Marguerite Gong Hancock of SPRIE.
Mention of Marguerite Gong Hancock in Forbes on September 22, 2011
Chinese entrepreneurs see Apple's App Store as entryway to global market
China has the world's largest mobile market with more than 850 million users, but it's dominated by state-owned carriers that call the shots, said Duncan Clark, chairman of BDA China, a Beijing-based investment and strategy advisory.
Mention of Duncan Clark in San Jose Mercury News on May 8, 2011
Indian Muslims may find inspiration in Egypt
The parallel between the conditions of the Muslims of India and those of Mubarak's Egypt is far-fetched in that India is a functioning, stable democracy that guarantees basic freedoms to its masses - the very opposite of Mubarak's regime. If so, why did many Muslim Indians watch events in Egypt unfold with a personal interest?
Mention of Rafiq Dossani in San Francisco Chronicle on March 6, 2011
Putting Business before Sentiment: India's Latest Investment Rush
... "eventually it was all about business," says Rafiq Dossani, a senior research scholar at Stanford University's Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center ...
Mention of Rafiq Dossani in Knowledge@Wharton on February 10, 2011
Youku Transcends YouTube as China Becomes Center of Internet
"The Internet's center of gravity is shifting toward China," said Duncan Clark, chairman of BDA China in Beijing, a technology consultant.
Mention of Duncan Clark in Bloomberg on October 17, 2010
More Funds Needed For Commercialisation Of R&d Findings
Earlier, in his keynote address, Prof William F. Miller of Public and Private Management, Graduate School of Business in Stanford University, ...
Mention of William Miller in Bernama on October 8, 2010