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Thu, May 23, 2019 | 06:10
Samsung, Apple to release larger tablets in 1st half
Samsung Electronics and Apple will unveil larger tablets for corporate clients to lift their sagging tablet segments, sources said Sunday. Samsung and Apple plan to roll out 13-inch tablets this year, a move aimed at bolstering their presence in business-to-business (B2B) market.
| 2015-02-15 18:37
KT to reduct workforce by 25%
KT said Monday that it will cut its total workforce by up to 25 percent. The massive lay-offs are expected to save at least 700 billion won in annual expenses.
| 2014-04-21 22:00
KT chairman offers to resign
KT Chairman and CEO Lee Suk-chae offered to resign Sunday amid a widening investigation by prosecutors into corruption allegations against him.
| 2013-11-03 19:48
S. Korea rejoins FIFA top 30
The South Korea national team moved up five places to 26th in the FIFA World Rankings, Wednesday.
| 2011-06-30 18:50
Lee Kun-hee refuses to head FKI
Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Kun-hee has officially refused to take the top position at the Federation of Korean Industries (FKI), the nation’s most influential business lobby. Lee has been pressed to head the FKI since former Chairman Cho Suck-rai stepped down in early July due to health reasons.
| 2010-09-17 19:42
Korean footballers head to Arab clubs
Another player joined the group of Korean athletes playing in the Middle East, sparking debate among local fans regarding the pros and cons of the transfers.
| 2010-07-14 18:54
Park Chu-young confident again with 1st goal
Park Chu-young, arguably South Korea's best striker, finally proved his worth by scoring when it was needed the most in Tuesday's decisive match against Nigeria with a magical free kick that curled inside the Nigerian post for the team's second goal.
| 2010-06-23 19:12
Lee Jung-soo shines in group stage
Lee Jung-soo is actually a defender in the South Korean squad. However, he has scored twice to be the top in the team so far, stealing some of the spotlight from his more famous teammates for his ability to find the net.
| 2010-06-23 19:10
LG trying hard to fill smartphone gap
LG Electronics CEO Nam Yong was deemed an agent of change promising to bring a razor sharp, Samsung-like competitive edge to the conglomerate.
| 2010-06-09 18:10
'It's more than just cash': Young Seoulites navigate future with city's youth allowance program
S. Korea aware of five nuclear facilities in NK
Young North Korean defectors aim high by studying English
Bush to join memorial service for late President Roh
North Korea: US should consider consequences of ship seizure
Renault Samsung faces possible plant shutdown in Sept.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain collapses
JUUL Labs launches e-cigarette in Korea
Gaining EU whitelist status to boost drug exports
Danish prince encourages future green growth leaders
Celebrating Korea-Czech relations
Venezuela dialysis patients face uncertain fate after power cuts
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