engine - 9:49 am on Oct 30, 2012 (gmt 0)
Interestingly, the BBC takes a different slant on the figures, with income still rising.
Baidu, China's biggest search engine, has reported a 60% rise in quarterly net income to 3.01bn yuan ($478m; £299m) compared to last year.
Baidu said its income jumped in the three months ending 30 September, as the company continued to attract increasing amounts of advertising.
The company said revenue from online marketing surged nearly 50%.
Baidu income rises [bbc.co.uk]
Glass half full, or half empty?