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IBK CEO makes Fortune's top 50 list
Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) CEO Kwon Seon-joo was chosen as one of the 50 most influential businesswomen in the world by Fortune magazine, Friday.
Kia unveils Soul EV at Chicago
Kia Motors on Friday unveiled the all-electric Soul at the Chicago Auto Show, which will run through Feb. 17.
Byucksan E&C to push for M&A
Byucksan Engineering & Construction said Thursday it will continue to look for an investor who can take over the firm in the wake of a failed bid in November.
Banks to strengthen online security
Banks are implementing new measures to strengthen their online security following the nation’s worst-ever customer information leak at three credit card firms last month.
Celltrion stocks plunge on 'CEO risk'
Stocks of Celltrion dropped by 6.14 percent Wednesday following news that its CEO has been banned from overseas travel and the prosecution will soon summon him for questioning over alleged stock price manipulation.
Kumho sibling feud reignited
The feud between two brothers of the Kumho family has been reignited, following the elder brother’s accusation Monday that his younger brother’s personal driver stole his private information.
Jobless college graduates top 3 mil.
The number of college graduates who are “economically inactive” surpassed 3 million for the first time, government data showed Monday.
Hyundai confident in record US sales
Hyundai Motor will be able to post record sales in the United States this year based on the popularity of its new luxury sedan, the head of the automaker’s U.S. subsidiary said Monday.
3 card firms suspended for 3 months
This is the first time for the FSS to order a business suspension against a credit card firm since the credit card fiasco in 2003.
Genesis changes image of Korean car
Hyundai Motor’s new Genesis was one of the most anticipated cars last year. It was said to be a car that would show how far the nation’s largest automaker has advanced in terms of technology.