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Tue, September 28, 2021 | 22:47
Samsung Electronics 'considering stock split'
Samsung Electronics Co., South Korea's largest firm by market value, has been considering splitting its stock to lower the high price tag of its shares but will look more into the long-term effect before making any decision, a senior executive said Tuesday.
Biz & Tech
| 2015-01-20 15:13
Korean Air sees int'l flight passengers decline in 2014
The number of passengers using international flights of South Korea's largest flag carrier, Korean Air Lines Co., dropped for the second straight year in 2014 in the face of intensifying competition from low-cost carriers, industry data showed Tuesday.
| 2015-01-20 10:52
S. Korean man missing in Turkey, reportedly joined IS
A South Korean teenager has gone missing in Turkey, sparking speculation that he may have joined the extremist group Islamic State (IS) in Syria, reports said Saturday. Turkish newspaper Milliyet reported that the Korean male might have crossed the border into Syria, and that he had exchanged emails with IS before illegally entering Turkey on Jan. 8, with another South Korean...
| 2015-01-17 18:46
Suspect stops for chicken and biscuits after robbing bank
Police in New Kensington, Pennsylvania arrested a robbery suspect after find the man eating at a chicken and biscuits restaurant just two blocks from the scene of the crime.
Bette Midler discovers worm in iPhone
Actress Bette Midler took to Twitter this week to describe a series of mishaps with her iPhone, including finding a worm crawling out of the device.
Paris massacres and 21st century radicalism
Just as the September 11 attacks had allowed a succession of nations to restrict the civil liberties of its citizens under the auspices of combating terrorism, the events in Paris last week brought some interesting but clearly self-serving responses.
BOK cuts growth, inflation outlook on weak recovery
South Korea's central bank on Thursday lowered its economic growth and inflation outlook for this year as Asia's fourth-largest economy continues to stumble due to lackluster domestic demand.
| 2015-01-15 14:11
President talks economy, unification in New Year's speech
President Park Geun-hye unveiled plans centered on reviving the economy during her televised New Year's press conference held at Cheong Wa Dae, Monday morning.
| 2015-01-12 13:43
Two suspects on run in Paris attack
Police officials in France have identified three men as suspects in the deadly attack at the Paris offices of the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in which 12 people were killed. The suspects in the Wednesday attack are Frenchmen Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, brothers in their early 30s; and 18-year-old Hamyd Mourad. Mourad’s nationality was not immediately clear....
Seoul denounces 'shocking' attack
New beer claims to enhance creativity
For anyone who believes that an alcoholic beverage helps get the creative juices flowing, a Danish company has got just the drink for you.
Owners of unregistered dogs to face fines from October
Land development scandal set to engulf presidential election
Korea aims to fully vaccinate 80% of adults by end of October
9 out of 10 Koreans believe ending COVID-19 impossible
Assembly to grill Kakao over excessive fees collected via webtoon platform
KDB, IBK, Eximbank, KIC pressured to leave Seoul
Korea set to delay taxation on gains from crypto trading
Mirae Asset antitrust probe sends island development in limbo
'BAT aims to expand market share via innovation, portfolio diversification'
'Living with COVID-19' to further boost travel and leisure stocks
Daily life in Kabul under Taliban rule
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