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Samsung vows to press ahead with Cheil-C&T merger
Cheil Industries and Samsung C&T said Tuesday that their merger will be carried out as planned.

SK to cultivate smart farming in Sejong
SK Group opened a creative economy innovation center to cultivate smart farming in the Sejong Metropolitan Autonomous City, Tuesday.

Miele confident about premium appliances market here
Miele, a Germany-based premium home appliances maker, expects to continue double-digit growth in the Korean market over the next 10 years, according to company co-proprietor Dr. Markus Miele.

Samsung to list bio affiliate on NASDAQ
Samsung plans to list its bio affiliate, Samsung BioEpis, on the U.S. NASDAQ.

Nokia, SKT open 5G research center
Nokia, the global leader in telecom equipment, and SK Telecom jointly opened a research center in Gangnam, southern Seoul, Monday.

LG Uplus launches new video portal, smart home system
LG Uplus Vice Chairman Lee Sang-chul said Monday that video streaming and Internet of Things (IoT) services will be new engines to drive the telecom business out of stagnation.

Music streaming service causing stir
A recently launched ad-linked music streaming app is drawing keen attention - and controversy over royalty payments.

Samsung challenges Toshiba for iPhone chips
Samsung Electronics is challenging Toshiba to supply of flash memory chips for Apples next iPhones - tentatively named the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus - as Apple moves to increase the storage capacity of its flagship products.

LG Chem develops hexagonal battery
LG Chem has started shipping hexagon-shaped batteries to global consumer electronics firms in order to help them promote their smart-watch business.

Citrix, Cisco promote office-free solutions
Despite growing hopes that Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) can be contained in Korea, more public gatherings and large events are being cancelled.

[Exclusive] Samsung to offer longer maternity leave
Samsung Electronics plans to allow female workers two years maternity leave.

Samsung decides to exit HDD business
Samsung Electromechanics will exit the hard disk drive (HDD) motor business to concentrate on core businesses.

Samsung doubles battery capacity
Samsung researchers have developed materials that double the power capacity of lithium-ion batteries. Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) said the technology uses silicon cathode material coded with high-crystalline graphene to produce ..

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