Expected to shell out $153.7 next year, China will surpass Japan as the world's second biggest spender on research and development, according to the Battelle Memorial Institute.
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John Battelle, a co-founder of Wired and The Industry Standard magazines, talks about his latest online venture, Federated Media Publishing.
Why did a collection of tech publishers and venture capitalists lend their voices to a Microsoft advertorial?
The ad network firm founded by former journalist John Battelle lays off off seven of its 90 employees but plans to make more hires in its more lucrative marketing division.
Web 2.0 conference organizer John Battelle decides to mess with everyone's head by suggesting Twitter is "just a feature" and perhaps Facebook could consider acquiring it.
At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, John Battelle, chairman of Federated Media Publishing, talks to Jerry Yang about his job as CEO of Yahoo. Yang discusses his decision to take the position, the challenges he's faced since then, and his vision for building a better advertising and content platform.
At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, John Battelle of Federated Media Publishing questions Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang about Microsoft's bid to buy Yahoo for $33 dollars a share earlier in 2008. Yang says the companies weren't far from agreeing on terms of a deal. He adds that Microsoft has made it clear that it is no longer interested in buying Yahoo.
Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape and co-author of Mosaic, sits down with John Battelle, founder and chairman of Federated Media publishing at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. Andreessen talks about his current social-networking site Ning, and the impact of Facebook apps and Google's OpenSocial.
FM founder John Battelle, who was also behind Wired and the Industry Standard, says that the investment was for a minority stake in FM.