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The company's offering was hailed as evidence that the IPO market was still working, but its prospectus is a mixed bag.
Investors who are tempted by Baidu's beaten-down stock price would be wise to take a step back.
This is the end of the company as a major player in the Internet industry.
Nothing has changed: Investors still differ widely on the company's prospects.
The first batch of tech earnings discloses some trends that could play out in a sluggish economy.
Industry leaders are faring well, and those cutting costs early will be even stronger.
Firms are no longer shrugging off the credit crisis.
You would've thought Monday's bad news had come from the tech sector rather than financials.
Let the accountable go into the rotten economy they created and try to know what it takes.
Companies that need to raise money may have a hard time as the banks continue to right themselves.