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Reporter : Anna J. Park
Fri, December 8, 2023 | 04:32
Gong cha put up on M&A market again
Gong cha, globally famous for its milk tea beverages, has returned to the merger and acquisition (M&A) market after four years.
Korea Investment CEO's fate uncertain amid unfair trade controversies
Korea Investment & Securities CEO Jung Il-mun was grilled by lawmakers at a parliamentary audit session on Thursday over allegations that the company engaged in unfair trade practices as well as technology theft from a startup company.
Hanryu Holdings rings Nasdaq bell to celebrate its listing
Hanryu Holdings, a content platform company, celebrated its listing on the Nasdaq by ringing the opening bell at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square, New York, Thursday, U.S. time.
[INTERVIEW] Clarity in goals, systemic pursuance help build human capital: McKinsey director
Kweilin Ellingrud, a director at McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) and a senior partner at McKinsey & Company in the U.S., leads the global management consulting firm's in-depth research projects on various business and tech trends, including human capital, gender equality, net-zero strategies and economic inclusion, to name just a few.
Only 1 in 4 global firms ready for ESG data assurance: KPMG
Only 25 percent of global companies surveyed are ready for independent ESG data reporting, a recent KPMG report says.
Top fashion platform Musinsa vows to go public with $2.3 bil. valuation
Musinsa, Korea's largest online fashion shopping platform, has specified its initial public offering (IPO) conditions, vowing to go public when its market capitalization exceeds 3.2 trillion won ($2.3 billion).
Hana honors outstanding employees
Aiming to further promote its core value of customer-centered service as its highest priority, Hana Financial Group hosted a Hall of Fame ceremony on Saturday to honor top employees achieving outstanding performance in each sector of the business.
Kiwoom Securities becomes playground for stock manipulators
Kiwoom Securities's risk management ability is being questioned once again as the brokerage, which has the largest share of the online trading market, has been hit with huge outstanding receivables due to a trading suspension of a manipulated stock, according to industry officials, Sunday.
FSS recruits experienced lawyers, accountants to strengthen market inspections
The Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) will be completing the recruitment of a maximum of 25 experienced lawyers and accountants by the end of this month, which is the most extensive recruitment drive carried out by the state-run supervisory agency at any one time to hire in-house professionals.
Only 13% of local firms ready for immediate ESG disclosure: EY Korea
Nearly 60 percent of accounting managers at Korean businesses support the need to adopt mandatory ESG disclosures in line with the global trend, according to a recent survey. But only 13 percent of the respondents said their companies have completed relevant preparations.
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