Thomas Crampton

Social Media in China and across Asia

Yahoo

Alan Soon

Mar 7, 2011

Alan Soon

Alan Soon is the Managing Editor of Yahoo Southeast Asia where he is responsible for building Yahoo’s editorial vision across a wide range of markets. Prior to working for Yahoo, Alan filled several reporter and producer roles for companies such as CNBC, Kyodo News, Bloomberg, Star TV. View Alan’s full professional history on his LinkedIn

Vietnam Internet: More Social, Mobile and Private

Jun 5, 2010

Vietnam Internet: More Social, Mobile and Private

In Vietnam for a few days at the World Economic Forum’s East Asia Summit and picked up a few statistics from a Yahoo/TNS study of the Internet usage in Vietnam. In sum, Vietnam’s Internet is increasingly a social (access to Social Networks is skyrocketing), mobile (More people are getting online via mobile, especially in Ho

Job: Vietnam editor for Yahoo! SE Asia

May 31, 2009

Job: Vietnam editor for Yahoo! SE Asia

Wanted: Country Editor (Vietnam), Yahoo! Southeast Asia Yahoo! Southeast Asia is looking for a driven and passionate leader for the role of Country Editor for Vietnam. This role requires strong leadership and editorial skills to help build Yahoo’s presence in Vietnam. The successful candidate will report to the Managing Editor for Southeast Asia. Responsibilities -

Ivy Wong

Jun 3, 2008

Ivy Wong

Hong Kong Internet personality Ivy Wong was employee number 1 at Yahoo’s Hong Kong office in 1999. The office was so small she did not at first believe it was the famed Yahoo of San Francisco. From that 800-foot office in Sheung Wan, Yahoo Hong Kong has grown to more than 180 employees. Ivy, however,

Ivy Wong: 4 reasons Yahoo beats Google in Asia

Jun 3, 2008

Ivy Wong joined Yahoo in 1999 as Hong Kong employee number one. (The office was so small when she came to interview that at first she did not believe it was the famed Yahoo of San Francisco.) From that 800-foot office in Sheung Wan, Yahoo Hong Kong has grown to more than 180 employees and

Paul Ginocchio: Should Newspapers and Dotcoms flirt or marry?

Apr 11, 2008

Spoke with Paul Ginocchio of Deutsche Bank, one of the few remaining newspaper stock analysts in the United States, about newspapers and dotcoms on the sidelines of IFRA’s Publish Asia 2008 conference in Macau.Newspapers have traditional strengths- Content: Highest quality and most robust local news and information (by far)- Brand: Almost always the strongest local

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