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10 Aug 2021
South Korean authorities have said billionaire Samsung scion Lee Jae-yong will be released this week.
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.
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.
4 Jan 2021
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5 Aug 2020
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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.
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.
29 Aug 2019
The decision is another blow to Samsung as it struggles with falling profitability and a trade spat with Japan.
1 Aug 2019
Smartphone slowdown hits Apple & Samsung
29 Apr 2019
Samsung’s new folding phone was supposed to break the mold. Turns out it’s just broken. But how damaging will the postponed launch of the Galaxy Fold ultimately be for the South Korean tech giant?
30 Mar 2019
Samsung says its first-quarter financial results will be lower than market estimates because of a slump in memory-chip prices.
28 Oct 2018
Samsung is plotting a challenge to Apple's iPhone. It's planning to launch a new flagship 5G smartphone and a flip device for next year. But can it gain dominance against the U.S. tech giant and stay ahead of its Chinese rivals?

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