The big problem with Samsung is the smart phone says Mehdi Hosseini
06 April 2018 | 2:44 pm
Susquehanna Financial Group's Senior Analyst, Mehdi Hosseini, discusses Samsung's drop in share price and how they must innovate the next generation of handheld devices.
6 Sep 2019
Semiconductor companies would face an “existential threat” if the political instability in Hong Kong spreads and results in a similar crackdown in the key market of Taiwan, says Semiconductor Advisors President Robert Maire. He spoke to Paul Allen & Shery Ahn on Bloomberg's "Daybreak Asia."
11 Sep 2019
Dan Ives, Wedbush Securities analyst, and Jun Zhang, Rosenblatt Securities managing director, discuss the impact of the China-U.S. trade war on Apple Inc.'s bottom line. They speak with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."
Investment Analyst Eniola Olabode delves deeper into Fidson’s financial costs: A review of Nigerian markets
13 Sep 2019
In a discussion on some healthcare stocks in Nigeria, Investment Analyst at Meristem Securities, Eniola Olabode joins CNBC Africa for more.
18 Oct 2019
Kelsey Broderick, China analyst at Eurasia, discusses the strategic geopolitical ambitions of Xi Jinping and the challenges he’s facing. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
9 Nov 2019
Samsung Electronics was upbeat on Thursday even though it reported that third-quarter operating profit more than halved due to low prices of memory chips, saying chip sales should pick up next year.
22 Nov 2019
Senior Economist, SPM Professional Paul Alaje speaks on effect of border closure as it affects food production.
3 Dec 2019
Four members of a white supremacist group appeared in court in South Africa today, accused of planning terrorist acts against black people. The police say they were planning deadly attacks against black people.
10 Jan 2020
Samsung has unveiled 'Neon', the world's first "artificial humans", at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Developed by Samsung-backed Star Labs, a virtual being, a look-alike that behaves like humans.
1 Aug 2020
For the first time ever, China's electronics giant Huawei sold more smartphones than the South Korea's Samsung in the last quarter, according to an industry tracker. Still, Huawei faces trouble on the global market.
19 Jan 2021
The prison sentence could severely complicate his succession at the consumer electronics giant. Lee Jae-yong's conviction originally dates back to 2017 and pertains to a bribe to an associate of the former president.
20 Jan 2021
The heir to the Samsung conglomerate is going back to jail and South Korea is again examining the dirty intersection of all-powerful "chaebols" and political leadership.
20 Mar 2021
Alarmed at the strength of the opposition to the coup, the Myanmar junta is trying to instill fear with increasing violence, says Khin Zaw Win, the director of the Tampadipa Institute, a Yangon-based think-tank, "I don't see any way where we can get to a peaceful, non-violent resolution."
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OSCE foreign ministers are meeting in Poland, which did not invite Russia's Sergey Lavrov in light of the war in Ukraine. Moscow railed against this step, Western countries argued the Kremlin only had itself to blame.
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President Vladimir Putin condemns moves by G7 nations to impose a cap on the price of Russian oil and EU states looking to introduce a price cap on Russian gas. At an economic forum in Vladivostok he said that sanctions against his country 'threaten the whole world.'
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A deadly fire in an apartment block triggered protests across China. Did Beijing's strict COVID rules contribute to the death toll? DW investigates.
1 hour ago
Beijing's vast surveillance apparatus is being used to track and intimidate protesters. Several people told DW they suspect their phones were hacked.
2 hours ago
Camilla Becket's "The Seeds of Vandana Shiva" tells the story of the Indian eco-activist and her international crusade for more sustainable agriculture.