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Budweiser runs responsible drinking campaign on Sina Weibo – Campaign Asia-Pacific – nice work by Isobar

Chinese Media: Luxury Goods In China Up To 50% More Expensive Than Overseas « Jing Daily – less discounts due to strong demand

10 Must Know Trends for Luxury in 2011 – Luxury Society – Opinions

McClure’s Asia Music News | Music world goes all out to help Japan relief efforts

eBay Integrates Local Data Into its Search Results | AllThingsD – a couple of things on this. Securing online and picking up locally with payment by chip and PIN would reduce risk for clicks and mortar retailers. Also customers would have more trust whichever way they bought it because they get a clearer idea of perfect market information

Consumer Experiences With Mobile Shopping Are Low, While Expectations are High | AllThingsD – m-commerce; people find it a bit pants

Where Microsoft went wrong – by Paul Allen | FT.com – the FT quoting from Paul Allen’s new book “How did a company once at the forefront of technology and change fall so far behind? It’s a thorny question, with roots that go back decades, but I believe it boils down to three broad factors: scale, culture and leadership.”

Study of iPad users identifies obstacles for Murdoch’s The Daily | Poynter.

Apple Posts A New OS X Lion Build — Developers You’ll Want To Try This One Out
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Nokia Rating Cut for First Time by S&P on Smartphone Share – Bloomberg – oh dear

Apple Global Marketing VP Allison Johnson Leaving Company | AllThingsD

Microsoft Filing Formal Complaint in Europe Against Google

Business China | Finance, Economics, Business and Industry news from China – e-commerce sector continues to enjoy phenomenal growth, with the number of online shoppers up 48.6% in 2010

Official Google Blog: +1’s: the right recommendations right when you want them—in your search results – kind of like bookmarks but without the aide memoire effect

Microsoft Top Marketer Mich Mathews to Exit | Digital – Advertising Age – interesting comments on changing agency rosters over the past few years