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Samsung Electronics are based in South Korea and have been trading and manufacturing electronic goods for nearly 70 years.

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Mobile bloodshed -- the next casualty

Samsung?s mobile business has started to struggle. There are rumors about a shakeup in the top management, including the head of the mobile division. Mobile phone business has been true bloodshed during the last 3 years, just to mention the biggest casualties Motorola and Nokia.

Sony?s salvation may be following Samsung?s lead ? William Pesek

NOVEMBER 28 ? Fierce rivals, Samsung and Sony also face many of the same problems: Overstretched businesses, a dearth of game-changing products, hierarchical corporate structures and proud places in their national psyches.

Samsung sells defence, petrochemical units for $1.7 bn

Seoul (AFP) - Samsung Group announced Wednesday the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for $1.7 billion as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession.

Samsung buys time with buyback, shares soar

Samsung Electronics' decision to return part of its enormous cash hoard to shareholders will buy the struggling company time with investors as it searches for new growth drivers, say analysts.

Samsung Sells Units and Announces $2 Billion Share Buyback

The $1.7 billion sale of stakes in four affiliates and a $2.0 billion share buyback as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession. read more

Samsung sells defence, petrochemical units for US$1.7b

Samsung Group announced on Wednesday (Nov 26) the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for US$1.7 billion as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession.

Samsung sells defence, petrochemical units for $2.2 billion as giant restruct...

SEOUL - Samsung Group announced Wednesday the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for US$1.7 billion (S$2.2 billion) as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession. The sale to the Hanwha conglomerate, which has major petrochemical holdings, is expected to be finalised in the first half of next year, Samsung said in a ...

The Real Reason Why Samsung's Smartphone Business Is Cratering

The Wall Street Journal published a gloomy...

Prison teacher jailed over drugs

A prison teacher has been jailed after helping an inmate smuggle in heroin and cannabis smeared in Marmite to disguise its smell.

Samsung sells units and announces US$2b share buyback

Samsung Group announced on Wednesday (Nov 26) the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for US$1.7 billion and a US$2.0 billion share buyback as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts.


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samsung mobile phones - Yahoo News Search Results
samsung mobile phones - Yahoo News Search Results

Mobile bloodshed -- the next casualty

Samsung?s mobile business has started to struggle. There are rumors about a shakeup in the top management, including the head of the mobile division. Mobile phone business has been true bloodshed during the last 3 years, just to mention the biggest casualties Motorola and Nokia.

Sony?s salvation may be following Samsung?s lead ? William Pesek

NOVEMBER 28 ? Fierce rivals, Samsung and Sony also face many of the same problems: Overstretched businesses, a dearth of game-changing products, hierarchical corporate structures and proud places in their national psyches.

Samsung sells defence, petrochemical units for $1.7 bn

Seoul (AFP) - Samsung Group announced Wednesday the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for $1.7 billion as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession.

Samsung buys time with buyback, shares soar

Samsung Electronics' decision to return part of its enormous cash hoard to shareholders will buy the struggling company time with investors as it searches for new growth drivers, say analysts.

Samsung Sells Units and Announces $2 Billion Share Buyback

The $1.7 billion sale of stakes in four affiliates and a $2.0 billion share buyback as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession. read more

Samsung sells defence, petrochemical units for US$1.7b

Samsung Group announced on Wednesday (Nov 26) the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for US$1.7 billion as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession.

Samsung sells defence, petrochemical units for $2.2 billion as giant restruct...

SEOUL - Samsung Group announced Wednesday the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for US$1.7 billion (S$2.2 billion) as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession. The sale to the Hanwha conglomerate, which has major petrochemical holdings, is expected to be finalised in the first half of next year, Samsung said in a ...

The Real Reason Why Samsung's Smartphone Business Is Cratering

The Wall Street Journal published a gloomy...

Prison teacher jailed over drugs

A prison teacher has been jailed after helping an inmate smuggle in heroin and cannabis smeared in Marmite to disguise its smell.

Samsung sells units and announces US$2b share buyback

Samsung Group announced on Wednesday (Nov 26) the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for US$1.7 billion and a US$2.0 billion share buyback as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts.


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