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Robin Li
Robin Li is a Chinese Internet entrepreneur. He co-founded the Chinese search engine Baidu and is ranked as the richest man in mainland China with a net worth of US$12.231 billion as of December 2013. Li studied information management at Peking University and the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. In 2000 he founded Baidu with Eric Xu. Li has been CEO of Baidu since January 2004. The company was listed on NASDAQ in August 2005. Li was included as one of the 15 Asian Scientists To Watch by Asian Scientist Magazine on 15 May 2011. In 1998, Li published the book Business War in Silicon Valley. He received the George W. Thorn Award, given to University of Buffalo graduates under the age of 40 for national or international contributions to their field. In 2001, he was named one of the " Chinese Top Ten Innovative Pioneers" In 2002 and 2003, he was consecutively named one of "IT Ten Famous Persons". In April 2004, he was named the second session of "Chinese Software Ten Outstanding Young Persons". On 23 August 2005, he was named the twelfth session of "ASEAN Youth Award". On 28 December 2005 he was named one of the "CCTV 2005 Chinese Economic Figures of The Year" On 10 December 2006 he was named 2006's "World's Best Business Leader" by the American Business Weekly.

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