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July 17, 2006 at 10:37 AM

Microsoft’s “Google Compete” strategy

Think Microsoft has forgotten about Kai-Fu Lee, the executive who jumped ship to lead Google China? From the looks of this job advertisement, Microsoft has developed a broad strategy for China known as “Google Compete.” It might also be known as the “whatever Kai-Fu is doing, we can do better” initiative.

This role manages all competitive escalations relating to Google and serves as the local/regional spokesperson for Google Compete PR and AR. The role is responsible for local/regional competitive intelligence and for maintaining a close relationship to the Corp Google Compete team.

(From addict3d.org)

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