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Debt deal needed between US and Asia: ex-PBC member
Yu Yongding, a prominent Chinese economist and a former member of the monetary policy committee of the Chinese central bank, said Asian countries including China and Korea should pursue common interest facing the inflationary monetary policy of the United States.
| 2011-09-04 16:31
Wireless spectrum auction ― a trillion-won game
The lobby of the Telecommunications Technology Association building was too calm to be a place where the largest auction in the history of Korea was taking place. “Reporters and TV cameras came here only on the first day. It has been very quiet since then,” a lone security guard said on Thursday, the seventh day of the mobile phone spectrum auction.
| 2011-08-28 17:35
KOSPI rebanacing due after crash
Foreigners sell, Koreans buy; foreigners may return to buy when, or if, the messy problems regarding government debts in their home countries are solved. But when they do return, they will find that their influence has shrunk in the KOSPI market, analysts say.
| 2011-08-15 13:11
’Korea’s MBA schools better than Japan’s’
Korean business schools are more internationalized and have better faculties than schools in Japan, says the dean of Yonsei University School of Business
| 2011-08-08 14:27
For Otis Korea, high-tech elevators offer room to grow
The room where Thomas Vining greeted Business Focus reporters looked like an ordinary corporate meeting facility, except that there were dark windows on one side. When he pushed a button on the wall, the windows suddenly lit up, revealing a group of people in a large control room behind. It was not obvious whether the workers on the other side could see through the windows, a...
| 2011-08-08 14:22
’Lone Star should let go’
Park Sang-yong, the dean of Yonsei School of Business, is an expert in capital markets and corporate finance. A Ph.D from New York University, he held various public positions, including a non-standing commissioner at the Financial Supervisory Commission.
| 2011-08-07 14:33
One company, many homes in Vining’s career
Although he has moved around the world during his 23-year career, Thomas Vining has stuck with a single employer.
| 2011-08-07 14:24
MBA life - Strong alumni network of CUMBA
Angus Wong, 32, is in his second year in the Chinese University of Hong Kong's MBA program (CUMBA). Previously a consultant, Wong is looking to go into private equities or venture capital. After talking to professionals, many of whom are CUMBA alumni, at events organized by the school, he decided on the direction of his career path.
| 2011-08-07 14:15
GMAT Exercise - 8
GMAT Exercise - 8
| 2011-08-07 14:13
Stock picks - Buy Samsung Elec., Sell LG Chem
A stock analyst may need a lion’s heart to tell people to buy stocks in the current situation, as the global equity markets are hit by a selling spree. But on Friday, a Samsung Securities analyst was brazen enough to put Samsung Electronics, its sister company, on the top of his buy list, giving it a 10-percent weight in his virtual portfolio.
| 2011-08-07 14:11
[INTERVIEW] Yoon's efforts to bolster Korea-US alliance will inevitably disturb China
Protecting Korea's semiconductor leadership
CJ, Ottogi uneasy about Harim's tactics to sell new cooked rice
Fear of deadliest famine in 1990s haunts North Korea amid national lockdown
Anti-LGBTQ sentiment widespread in Korea: survey
[INTERVIEW] Time to go back to corporation-driven growth: economist
South Korea to join US-led Indo-Pacific economic initiative
South Korea's new COVID-19 cases above 30,000 for 2nd day; Omicron transmission continues to slow
Nuclear war danger, Russia and Ukraine
Yoon, PPP lawmakers travel to Gwangju en masse to commemorate 1980 democracy uprising
2022 Pulitzer Prize: Bearing witness to history
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