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Founded Jan 1947
Headquarters Seoul, Korea
Website www.lg.com

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Symbol Name Time Trade Change % Chg Volume P/E Ratio EPS Mkt Cap
003550.KS LG 07:00 GMT 68500 -500 -0.72% 268565 14.21 4855.1128 11.814T

Latest LG news

  • South Korea and EU hammer out 5G deal

    This puts Samsung into the spotlight. It has successfully tested technologies it considers key to 5G last year. South Korea's major carriers SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus are racing to become the first 5G network provider.
  • Microsoft promises cheaper Windows phones

    These are Nokia, Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Foxconn, Gionee, Lava (Xolo), Lenovo, LG, Longcheer, JSR, Karbonn and ZTE.
  • Samsung puzzled by Galaxy S5 launch

    KT are LG UPlus are already under certain sales restrictions; however, they have proceeded to sell the Galaxy S5 to customers not covered by bans.
  • LG to release WebOS tellies

    More than half of LG's TVs next year will run webOS TV, the company said. LG used to be called Lucky Goldstar.
  • Samsung releases 110-inch TV

    Samsung and LG Electronics, the world's top two TV makers, thought that OLED would be the cure for the industry blues. OLED screens are ultrathin and can display images with enhanced clarity and deeper colour saturation.
  • Begun the Android wars have

    ASUS, HTC, Huawei, LG, Pantech, Samsung, and ZTE have all been targeted with threats.
  • Google releases KitKat android

    The first device to feature the KitKat software will be the Nexus 5 phone built by LG, and will be available in 10 countries without a contract for $349.
  • LG boasts of curved OLED smartphone display

    LG is to start mass production of curved smartphone displays and launch a smartphone with the new screens next month.
  • Queue forms to squeeze Blackberry

    Other interest has come from Intel, LG and Samsung. It is expected that, while the phones themselves have been written off as lemons, BlackBerry's secure server network and patent portfolio is worth a fair bit.
  • Supply problems surface in Apple's iPad Mini refresh

    Although details of the delay are sketchy at best, some whispers suggest there has been trouble certifying panel producers who were told to keep production power friendly. Samsung, Sharp, and LG Display were thought to be after the contract.
  • Samsung fudges Note 3 benchmark

    The reviewers smelt a rat when they noticed that Samsung's 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 did really well against LG's 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800.
  • LG signs up for a Firefox phone

    LG has announced that it is going join Alcatel, GeeksPhone and ZTE in the Firefox OS market.
  • LG G2 promo stunt rushed by sharp shootin' BB gun mob

    The company formerly known as Lucky GoldStar, LG, has cancelled a series of promotional events after a "surge of people" stormed a Korean park with BB guns and "knives on sticks
  • Ex Windows chief Sinofsky banned from helping rivals

    It is perhaps unsurprising that volish lawyers penned such a restrictive list considering the nature of Sinofsky leaving. He was forced to agree not to approach a long list of companies about reconsidering their custom with Microsoft - including Asus, Acer, Dell, HP, HTC, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, LG, Nok
  • Top smartphone players own up to dodgy tin - except Apple

    Green pressure group Friends of the Earth has been campaigning for some time now about Bangka Island tin mining which it says destroys tropical forests, kills coral, and wrecks lives in the community.
  • Apple is searching for very big panels

    The rumour is that Apple is interested in buying 55- and 65-inch Ultra HD TV panels from LG Display. Clearly this is not going to be a tablet, or if it is, it will be a rather large one.
  • Apple lawyer turned patent traitor

    The patents are said to cover swiping gestures on a touch screen and, yes, it has sued LG Electronics and Samsung too.
  • No Nexus 5 for LG, sorry guys

    It seems LG won’t be getting the Nexus 5 contract after all. A few weeks ago a senior LG executive told The Korea Times that the company is cooperating with Google on next generation Nexus products, but now LG Europe VP Kim Wong says the company won’t be making the Nexus 5.

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