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SK hynix reaches settlement with Toshiba over lawsuit
SK hynix, the world's second-biggest memory chip producer, said Friday that it has reached a settlement with Toshiba over criminal lawsuits initially brought by the Japanese electronics firm.

Samsung will boost dividends by up to 50%
Samsung Electronics said Friday that it plans to increase dividends by up to 50 percent from a year earlier as part of its steps to boost shareholder value.

SK Telecom pledges greater support for subcontractors
SK Telecom, the nations leading mobile carrier, awarded its well-performing subcontractors and pledged to expand support next year.

World's first nano 3D printer developed by KERI team
Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI) said Thursday it has developed a technology that enables the use of nano element graphene for 3D printing for the first time in the world.

Cheil's listing to accelerate power shift
Cheil Industries, Samsung Groups de facto holding company, made a successful debut on the stock market Thursday, with its shares closing way above the initial public offering price.

Samsung leukemia talks may end by March
Samsung Electronics and families of former Samsung workers who developed cancer agreed to finalize their settlement talks by the end of March.

Millet, Hazzys to supply wind breakers to SK hynix
Two apparel brands - Hazzys and Millet - signed a contract to supply wind breakers for all employees of SK hynix, according to the world's second-largest memory chip maker Thursday.

Outgoing e-Sports chief lauded for upgrading game industry
Rep. Jun Byung-hun of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy stepped down from his position as the head of Korea e-Sports Association (KeSPA), Tuesday, following the National Assemblys decision to ban lawmakers from holding concu..

'Line Pay' bypasses Korea, China
Mobile instant messenger application LINEs global mobile payment and banking function LINE Pay is not available in Korea and China, Naver said Tuesday.

Daum Kakao signs MOU to launch taxi service app next year
South Korea's leading free messenger service operator Daum Kakao said Wednesday it will launch a taxi service app by the first half of next year as it initiates a new platform of connecting online and offline businesses.

Samsung hopes for progress in leukemia talks
Samsung Electronics is hoping for major progress in a new round of compensation talks that start on Thursday with several families of former employees who developed cancer.

Apple backs MS over privacy protection
Apple joined with a host of leading companies and trade associations Tuesday to support a decision by Microsoft (MS) not to comply with the U.S. governments request to hand over emails of a customer that are stored in Ireland.

Samsung to invest 13.5 trillion won in chips
Samsung Electronics, the worlds leading memory chip producer, plans to invest 13.5 trillion won ($12 billion) in semiconductor facilities next year, up from the 13 trillion won spent this year.

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