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Samsung pushes ahead with its resolution plans
Samsung Electronics plans to continue efforts to resolve issues in its years-long talks related to its factory workers stricken with industrial diseases despite growing challenges by Banolim, an advocacy group.

LG accelerates moves to help local startup
LG has become a strong supporter of the governments creative economy policy with aid packages benefitting small ventures and startups.

Samsung to set up foundation
Samsung Electronics said Monday that it will spend up to 100 billion won to create a foundation for factory workers who were employed at its local partners and developed incurable diseases at its chip and display plants.

Falling chip price weighing on Samsung, SK
Falling chip prices are worrying the worlds top two memory chipmakers - Samsung Electronics and SK hynix, research firms said Monday.

US approves LED deal favoring Korea
The United States Department of Defense approved a proposal by a Seoul Semiconductor affiliate to acquire stakes in Sensor Electronic Technology (SETi), the Korean company said in a statement, Sunday.

SKT to commercialize maritime LTE for first time
SK Telecom said Sunday it plans to launch the worlds first long-term evolution (LTE)-Maritime (M) wireless communications network as part of a research project led by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF).

Samsung, LG jostle for first place in washer market
The race is on between Samsung and LG Electronics to claim the top spot in the washing machine market in the United States as demand is high in the summer season.

Lotte's siblings up ante in feud
Shin Dong-joo, the eldest son of Lotte Group founder Shin Kyuk-ho, said Sunday he will win the vote against his younger brother Dong-bin for control of the group at the upcoming shareholders meeting.

Samsung SDI's momentum remains intact
Despite a dismal performance during the April-June period, a leading research firm said Friday that Samsung SDIs corporate sustainability remains intact.

Samsung's foundation in question
Questions have surfaced about whether it is necessary to establish a foundation to take on issues related to Samsung employees who have developed incurable diseases at the firms semiconductor and display plants, amid growing calls to revise propo..

KT swings to profit in Q2 on-year
KT said Friday it turned to a profit in the second quarter year-on-year on marketing cost reductions and steady growth in the mobile business. The nations second-largest mobile carrier said in its regulatory filing that it posted a 368.8 billion ..

NHN Entertainment releases mobile payment service
NHN Entertainment unveiled its mobile payment service Payco, Thursday.

Chips left Samsung Electronics' Q2 earnings
Samsung Electronics semiconductor business has recorded its largest operating profit in five years, leading the companys recovery from last years slump.

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