Chinese Search Mogul Gets Warm Welcome in Google’s Backyard

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The billionaire founder of a popular search engine drew a big crowd Wednesday at Stanford University — and it wasn’t one of the guys that started Google just a few miles from the campus they once attended. About 600 students crammed into a lecture room to soak up the wisdom of Robin Li, who owns rare bragging rights over Google and its founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Li, 40, is the chief executive and founder of Baidu, a nine-year-old company that dominates Internet search in China like Google dominates the market in just about every other major country in the world.

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