Mattos, Stanton on Mobility in Emerging Markets

April 24 (Bloomberg) -- Nelson Mattos, Google Inc.'s vice president of product and engineering for Europe and emerging markets, Katie Jacobs Stanton, Twitter Inc.'s vice president of international market development, and Rodger Voorhies, director of financial services for the poor initiative for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, speak about the impact of mobile technology on economic development in emerging markets. Bloomberg's Tom Giles moderated the panel yesterday organized by the World Affairs Council and Bloomberg in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg)
How Many People Are Using the Internet in China?
57:35 - China's largest internet search provider may have seen a return to profit growth, but Baidu still missed expectations, causing shares to fall after-hours. The company is now pushing for new strategies as more people shift to mobile platforms. Bloomberg takes a look at the growing popularity of the internet in China. (Source: Bloomberg)
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