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Axa General Insurance head Guy Marcillat, right, shakes ..
Insurance for diabetes patients: Axa General Insurance head Guy Marcillat, right, shakes hands with Johnson & Johnson Medical Korea CEO Park Sae-yul after they reached an agreement to cooperate in helping diabetes patients at the Hotel Shilla in Seoul, Tuesday. / Courtesy of AXA General Insurance
G-20 gives up on universal bank levy
The G-20 nations have abandoned the idea of adopting a global, universal bank levy system on financial firms and will allow each nation to set its own standard, if any, a senior Korean presidential aide said, Thursday.
| 2010-06-04 19:37
(92) Saju of Yi Seong-gye, founder of Joseon Kingdom
Korea has been called several different names in its history. Since Gojoseon, the first Korean kingdom (2333 B.C.-108 B.C.), there have been the Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla eras, which were representative names of the nation.
| 2010-06-03 17:57
Supplying capital to real economy key to prosperity
Over the last thirty years, the financial systems in many developed countries have been undergoing profound changes driven by innovation, relaxation of regulatory constraints, and greater global economic and financial integration.
Walkerhill presents Lolita Lempicka room
Sheraton Grande Walkerhill has newly opened a specially themed room following the success of its ``Barbie Room.'' This time, the room is named after ``Lolita Lempicka Si Lolita,'' a well-known floral perfume popular among women.
Travel & Food
| 2010-05-20 18:35
(90) Saju of James Cameron, who declared himself the King of the World
James Cameron is the writer and director of ``Titanic'' (1997) and ``Avatar'' (2009), which are the two highest-grossing films in global movie sales records. On top of the world-breaking records and numerous awards, Avatar has created a significant impact on the film, TV and game industries as a whole, based on its innovative integration of 3D and smooth visuals.
| 2010-05-20 17:10
Superstar chef redefines fine dining
NEW YORK ― He first takes America by storm with food unlike anything else, then publishes a profane yet best-selling cookbook. Now named one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world, David Chang must obviously know exactly what he's doing, or so we think.
| 2010-05-16 17:42
FAU opens branch in Busan
Friedrich Alexander University (FAU) of Eerlangen-Nuremberg opened the doors to its new campus in Busan, Tuesday.
| 2010-05-12 19:45
Unemployed husband wins lottery
Unemployed husband in California, Gilbert Cisneros, won mega million lottery.
Back to Stoneage
| 2010-04-21 16:27
Garbage collector mistakes sex doll for corpse
Free subway rides for elderly emerge as headache for Seoul mayor
Korea seeks measures to better protect foreign workers
Retailers return to Myeong-dong as more foreign tourists visit
Samsung unveils new Galaxy S23 smartphone
4 South Korean activists arrested for executing orders from Pyongyang
Is non-consensual sex not rape?
President pledges support for Korean chipmakers to overcome crisis
Seoul city council under fire for sexual conduct guidelines for teachers
Income gap widening among workers
Nepal plane crash
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