Governments want control, consumers demand mobile services, and emerging countries need a digital civilization infrastructure out of the box. China can better serve and succeed. (Maverick research deliberately exposes unconventional thinking and may not agree with Gartner's official positions.)
- *Maverick Research
- Introduction and Order of Battle
- Why U.S. Internet Companies Should Give Up the Global Market
- China Doesn't Need the U.S.
- The U.S. Tried and Failed
- China's Disruption a Threat or Opportunity to the U.S.
- China and Emerging Markets Are Leapfrogging to the Mobile Internet
- The End of Don't Be Evil: Countries Want Control
- Censorship vs. Don't Be Evil
- Countries Under Attack: End of Don't Be Evil
- Innovation Is Fueled by Controlled Competition in China, Not the Free Market
- Money Drives Government Relationships … and China Is a Big Spender
- Gifts From the East: China Gives What Emerging Markets Want
- Social Is the New Bank: The Credit Card System Is Dead
- China Understands the True Power of the Platform
- Conclusion: Time to Rethink Global Expansion Strategy
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