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Leadership change in full swing at Samsung, Hanwha
The so-called big deal between Samsung and Hanwha Group is evidence of a leadership changeover from fathers to sons at the two chaebol.

Cisco attracts smaller firms for cloud networking
Leading network equipment company Cisco said Thursday that it will push ahead with cloud-based networking management in Korea.

LG names salesman as mobile chief
LG Electronics named Cho Juno as chief of its mobile business Thursday in a move to increase smartphone sales.

SKT pushes educational business in Southeast Asia
SK Telecom said Thursday that it has teamed up with a private academy to set up educational business projects across Southeast Asia.

Microsoft vows to uphold student privacy
Microsoft (MS) vowed Tuesday that it will take student privacy issues, specifically what type of personal information companies collect about students and for what purpose, seriously.

Samsung sells four non-core affiliates to Hanwha
Samsung Electronics announced late Wednesday that the firm will buy back 2.19 trillion won ($2 billion) worth of its own shares in a bid to stabilize its shares and improve shareholder value.

ASML expands partnership with Samsung, SK hynix
Dutch chip-equipment maker ASML said on Wednesday that its key Korean customers, including Samsung and SK hynix, plan to add its latest machines from next year as they seek thinner memory technology.

Nvidia Korea to release high performance tablet for gamers
Nvidia, the worlds leading maker of graphic processor units (GPU), said Wednesday that it has developed a new tablet computer specialized for gaming and graphic work.

Testing agency to support electric car charger export to North America
The Korea Testing Laboratory (KTL), an affiliate of the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, said Wednesday it will hold a joint seminar with a U.S. certification authority MET Laboratories to share expertise on testing electric car chargers and..

Samsung patent fees highest in four years
Samsung Electronics spent 1.38 trillion won ($1.2 billion) in patent fees in the nine months to September, the most in four years, the company said.

Lee Jae-yong may sell Samsung SDS shares
Samsung Group heir Lee Jae-yong may sell part of his stake in Samsung SDS once the six-month lockup period expires, sources said Tuesday.

Daum Kakao chairman stresses role of startups
Kim Beom-su, chairman of Daum Kakao, said Monday that enterprises, especially start-ups, are the main vehicles that can consistently change society through innovation.

Nvidia Korea seeks closer partnerships with local companies
David Lee, Nvidias general manager in Korea, said Monday that cooperation with local partners remains essential regardless of his firms ongoing legal dispute with Samsung Electronics in the United States.

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