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Samsung posts big Q1 profit
Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest electronics maker, posted an operating profit of 8.7 trillion won ($7.7 billion) for the first quarter of this year, its record for the quarter, the company said in a guidance report Friday.
Samsung, Apple's reign in US strengthening
The duopoly of Samsung Electronics and Apple in the lucrative smartphone market seems to be intensifying in the U.S.
224 suspected tax dodgers under intense investigation
The National Tax Service (NTS) has launched investigations into 224 individuals suspected of being tax dodgers, including loan sharks and entrepreneurs.
NHN, Nexon hit for pop-up ads
Anybody who plays games on mobile devices will be familiar with constant pop-up ads and enticements to buy in-game items for cash. More than once, they may have clicked that annoying ad or bought an item they needed to get a higher score.
Fines on tax evaders will go up 60 times
The National Tax Service (NTS) plans to crack down on tax evaders by increasing fines up to 60 times.
StarCraft II championship launched
Blizzard Entertainment CEO Mike Morhaime said Wednesday that it has launched a world championship series Wednesday for its strategy game StarCraft II.
Plans to revive home market due today
The government will unveil a set of measures today to revitalize the real estate market and inject new vigor into the sluggish economy.
Will rivals follow LG Uplus' data plan?
Since LG Uplus, Korea’s smallest mobile carrier, announced a new pay-per-use data plan, speculation is rife over whether larger rivals SK Telecom and KT will follow suit. Company CEO Lee Sang-chul recently told reporters that the carrier planned to release a new pricing model for its data-intensive long-term evolution (LTE) services sometime in the first half of 2013.
AppDisco spreads innovative spirit
For ambitious young men dreaming of starting their own businesses and becoming bosses, Korea’s strong conservatism and ageism can be a real turnoff.
Samsung Engineering put in lurch
Samsung Engineering, the engineering arm of the Samsung Group, is becoming a constant headache for the group’s decision makers because of its deteriorating bottom line due to a reckless program of expansion.
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