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|Day's range||159.35 - 162.05|
|52-week range||159.35 - 162.05|
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Baidu (BIDU), the Chinese Internet search giant, is investing heavily in artificial intelligence, and the time it takes for that to pay off could dent the stock. Search remains the company's "core ...
Chinese search giant Baidu Inc. is pushing aggressively ahead with autonomous vehicles, its chief executive said, including plans to release a fully self-driving bus in China next year.
Microsoft (MSFT) was recently tapped as the preferred cloud infrastructure provider for Baidu’s (BIDU) open-source autonomous driving platform, Apollo.
Chinese tech stocks have been on fire and outpacing returns from high profile U.S. tech plays. CNBC has a story looking at the strong performance of Chinese tech stocks like Alibaba (BABA), JD.com (JD) and MoMo (MOMO) compared to FANG stocks - Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX) and Google - now Alphabet - (GOOGL). The MSCI China Information technology Index is up 56% this year compared to a 23% gain in the S&P 500 Tech Index.
Rather than develop its own self-driving car, Microsoft has been playing to its strength in software by working with automotive companies on systems for turning the massive amounts of data from sensors ...
Beijing authorities are investigating whether or not Baidu broke any laws after CEO Robin Li tested an autonomous car in city streets
China shouldn’t squander a major opportunity to lead artificial intelligence development globally, top Baidu executives said in Beijing on Wednesday.
LeEco co-founder and chief executive Jia Yueting is seen in October outlining the Chinese technology company's move into the US market. This week, LeEco said it was scaling back its plans and cutting 325 ...
Baidu founder Robin Li is among more than 100 billionaire delegates of China's rubber-stamp parliament, the National People's Congress, which convenes annually in Beijing
NASDAQ-listed Ctrip, partly owned by Chinese search giant Baidu, provides online booking for airline and railway tickets as well as hotels
Oct.11 -- Bloomberg's Emily Chang sat down with Ya-Qin Zhang, president of Baidu, to discuss artificial intelligence, censorship in China and President Trump's protectionist policies.