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Founded Jan 1969
Headquarters Seoul, KOR
Website samsung.com

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Symbol Name Time Trade Change % Chg Volume P/E Ratio EPS Mkt Cap
005930.KS Samsung 07:00 GMT 1290000 +58000 +4.71% 450448 6.36 193740.4219 168.8T

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  • EU watchdog about to bite Philips, Samsung and Infineon

    EU watchdogs are about to bite the rump of Philips, Samsung and Infineon for fixing prices of chips used in mobile SIM cards.
  • Google and Microsoft roll out anti-theft kill switch

    In New York, iPhone theft was down 19 percent in the first five months of this year, which is almost double the 10 percent drop in overall robberies seen in the city. Over the same period, thefts of Samsung devices rose by over 40 percent.
  • 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.
  • Synaptics wants Apple back

    Synaptics chips are used in the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphones and Galaxy Note 3 phablets. It is expecting growth from smartphone fingerprint sensors, in which it claims 90 percent of the market after acquiring a company specialising in the technology last year.
  • Microsoft promises cheaper Windows phones

    These are Nokia, Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Foxconn, Gionee, Lava (Xolo), Lenovo, LG, Longcheer, JSR, Karbonn and ZTE.
  • Samsung boss out of coma

    Samsung supremo Lee Kun-hee has woken up from his coma, a fortnight after he suffered a heart attack after his family made a bit of noise in his sick room.
  • Apple has another crack at a product ban

    The fruity cargo cult Apple is trying to get its rival Samsung banned from the US again.
  • Apple Samsung spat turns to insults

    The court battle between Apple and Samsung has degenerated into a round of amusing insults which shows how out of touch both sides are with reality.
  • Apple punished users for switching to Android

    The suit, seeking class-action status, was filed in federal court in San Jose, California. In it Moore claims that Apple's iMessage retains text messages sent from other users of Apple devices and won't deliver them to her Samsung phone running on Google Android operating system, Adrienne Moore said
  • Microsoft ready to re-Surface

    But Microsoft is expected to unveil the third generation of its Surface devices and show off a smaller tablet, to address the fast-selling lower end of the market dominated by Apple's iPad mini, Amazon Kindle Fire, Google Nexus and Samsung's Galaxy range.
  • Samsung says to workers "sorry for cancer"

    Samsung offered its "sincerest apology" for the sickness and deaths of some of its workers, and has promised to compensate those affected and their families.
  • SD card price fixing case back from the dead

    The alleged violations stemmed from a 2006 licensing agreement that let Panasonic, Samsung and Toshiba  set a "fair market price" for SD cards, and imposed royalties on cards sold by other manufacturers.
  • Tablet sales flatten

    Apple suffered the most dropping from 40 percent to under 33 percent of the total market share. Second was Samsung, which went from 18 percent to 22 percent. Lenovo also jumped, but was still fourth behind Asus that saw a drop of almost three percent.
  • Inverted world as jury finishes Samsung versus Apple case

    The jury in the Samsung verus Apple case finished off its sentencing and presented a final bill to Samsung of $123.6 million and for Apple of $158,400.
  • Jury tells Apple to get a life

    CommentExecutives at the fruity cargo cult Apple were given a swift kick in their reality distortion field by the jury in the Samsung patent case at the end of last week.
  • Patent jury ponders Steve Jobs

    The jury deciding the $2.2 billion patent infringement lawsuit between Apple and Samsung has apparently been focused on Steve Jobs' "thermonuclear war" comments.
  • RF Micro predicts growth

    RF Micro has customers which include Apple and Samsung who have all reported slowing smartphone sales and yet its share price rose about 7.5 percent in extended trading after the chipmaker also posted a better-than-expected profit for the fourth quarter.
  • Apple shakes up shares

    However, what Apple has not done is produce any new product and its long term future is a little shaky. The smartphone market is maturing and rivals like Samsung are taking chunks out of its mobile-device market share.

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