Mixi Mixes It Up in Asia

Kelly, Tim
October 2006
Forbes Asia;10/16/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 17, p38
The article focuses on the popular Web sites in Asia. Kenji Kasahara founded the Mixi Web site in 2004. Mixi is the third most popular site in Japan and has 5 million regular users. When Mixi debuted on an exchange for high-growth companies in September 2006, its shares ended the first day of trading at $27,586, twice the initial offering price. China's most popular site is search engine Baidu.com, which was founded in 1999 by Chinese engineers Robin Li and Eric Xu.


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