Baidu agreed to pay $1.9 billion for the mobile app store 91 Wireless. China's largest search engine will take a majority stake in NetDragon Websoft Inc. (777) and all other shares. Bloomberg reports
"the deal gives Baidu control over China’s most popular third-party store for smartphone apps as it tries to navigate the shift from desktop computing, where it has 82 percent of the nation's
searches, to mobile devices."
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