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  • Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 revealed in these leaked photos
    CNBC5 days ago

    Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 revealed in these leaked photos

    Samsung customers don't need to wait until next month to see the Galaxy Note 10 for the first time — photos of the device have already been published by the Federal Communications Commission.

  • Why Did Apple Just Pay Samsung Nearly $700 Million?
    Motley Fool7 days ago

    Why Did Apple Just Pay Samsung Nearly $700 Million?

    Apple needs to reimburse Samsung for unsold iPhone screens.

  • MarketWatch11 days ago

    Stocks finish slightly lower after strong jobs report, pull back from records

    Stocks finished slightly lower on Friday, backing away from all-time highs hit earlier this week, after a better-than-expected employment report in June partially rolled back investors' expectations for multiple rate cuts this year. The S&P 500 was down 0.2% to finish around 2,991. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 41 points, or 0.2%, to end near 26,925. The Nasdaq Composite was down 0.1% to end around 8,162. For the week, Dow was up 1.2%, S&P was up 1.7%, and Nasdaq up 1.9%. The S&P snapped a five-day winning streak, and the Dow ended its four straight session of gains. The U.S. economy added 224,000 jobs in June, above the 170,000 expected by analysts. Semiconductor stocks were on the backfoot on Friday after South Korean chip maker Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. reported a 56% drop in its second-quarter profits.

  • Stock Market News: Ford's China Sales Slow; Samsung Sees Big Profit Hit
    Motley Fool11 days ago

    Stock Market News: Ford's China Sales Slow; Samsung Sees Big Profit Hit

    The stock market was lower on a strong jobs report.

  • Samsung expects another big slump in profits
    Engadget11 days ago

    Samsung expects another big slump in profits

    Samsung isn't about to leave the doldrums any time soon. The company reportedly asked Apple for compensation after its OLED display orders didn't meet minimum levels, although that hasn't been confirmed. While Samsung hasn't explained what dragged it down this quarter, its performance early in the year suffered primarily due to a drop in memory chip sales.

  • Samsung says its second-quarter profit likely fell 56% from a year ago
    CNBC12 days ago

    Samsung says its second-quarter profit likely fell 56% from a year ago

    Samsung said operating profit was at 6.5 trillion Korean won ($5.5 billion), which was slightly better than an industry estimate of 6 trillion won, but was down about 56% from a year earlier.

  • Sky News14 days ago

    Samsung Galaxy Note 10 set to be announced this weekend

    Samsung is holding a special event on Sunday, 7 August - which the invite suggests will be a launch event for the new device in its "phablet" range. The invitation prominently features a stylus, suggesting the event will be for the successor device to the Galaxy Note 9 - which is widely expected to be called the Galaxy Note 10. Samsung's Galaxy Note range has recovered following the disastrous launch of its Note 7 device, which was recalled after numerous devices caught fire due to faulty batteries.

  • We went inside Samsung's global headquarters in South Korea. Here's what we saw
    CNBC25 days ago

    We went inside Samsung's global headquarters in South Korea. Here's what we saw

    Samsung is one of the world's largest companies, with more than 320,000 employees worldwide. CNBC gets an exclusive tour of its global headquarters in South Korea.

  • AT&T cancels Samsung Galaxy Fold orders
    TechCrunchlast month

    AT&T cancels Samsung Galaxy Fold orders

    AT&T has cancelled early orders for the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Tom's Guide first reported the cancellation, noting that AT&T said the Galaxy Fold would be available again to order as soon as Samsung announces a new launch date. The Samsung Galaxy Fold was originally scheduled to launch on April 26.

  • AT&T cancels orders for Samsung's folding phone with no launch date in sight
    CNBClast month

    AT&T cancels orders for Samsung's folding phone with no launch date in sight

    AT&T has canceled preorders for Samsung's $2,000 Galaxy Fold, according to reports.

  • Wary Smartphone Buyers Help Trump Turn the Screws on Huawei
    Bloomberglast month

    Wary Smartphone Buyers Help Trump Turn the Screws on Huawei

    It’s been less than three weeks since President Donald Trump restricted the Chinese tech giant’s access to Google’s Android operating system and already, Huawei’s smartphone business appears to be losing ground in Europe, a critical growth market. Consumer fear that Huawei phones will quickly become out of date has meant demand for its devices has “dropped off a cliff,” Ben Stanton, a U.K.-based analyst at Canalys, said by phone, citing discussions with phone carriers, retailers and distributors.

  • Mandalay Digital Group (APPS) Q4 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Foollast month

    Mandalay Digital Group (APPS) Q4 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    APPS earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.

  • MarketWatchlast month

    AMD stock gains after announcement of Samsung partnership

    Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. are up more than 5% in premarket trading Monday after the company announced a multi-year strategic partnership with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. . Through the partnership, which is focused on low-power, high-performance mobile graphics, Samsung will license AMD's intellectual property in graphics as it works toward enhancing mobile applications and smartphones. AMD will receive license fees and royalties as a result of this arrangement. The stock has risen 48% so far this year, as the S&P 500 has gained 10%.

  • Samsung vows to keep up investment as trade war raises risks
    Associated Presslast month

    Samsung vows to keep up investment as trade war raises risks

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Samsung Electronics' Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong has vowed to keep up robust investments in key businesses as South Korea's leading company weathers slowing demand and the impact of trade clashes between Washington and Beijing.

  • South Korea's Economy Is Tanking. Samsung's On It
    Bloomberglast month

    South Korea's Economy Is Tanking. Samsung's On It

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- With President Donald Trump busy threatening tariffs on Mexico, you’d be forgiven for missing the emergency flares from the other side of the Pacific.

  • Business Wire2 months ago

    Samsung’s Exynos Auto 8890 Powers In-vehicle Infotainment System in the New Audi A4 and Upcoming Models

    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today announced that its Exynos Auto 8890 processor will be powering German automobile manufacturer Audi’s third generation high-spec modular infotainment platform (MIB). The advanced in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system will be equipped as standard in the new A4 and upcoming models.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Samsung aims to double online smartphone sales in India

    Samsung Electronics aims to double its online smartphone sales in India this year to $1 billion, driven largely by a new budget range of devices, the head of its mobile business for the country said on Wednesday. Smartphones and fashion are among the most popular purchases in India's fast-growing e-commerce market, which Deloitte expects to more than treble between 2017 and 2021 to $84 billion. The South Korean tech giant in February launched its M-series phones in India, which are sold only through Samsung's website and Amazon.com's local unit.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Huawei ban puts South Korea in a familiar place - caught between the U.S. and China

    Less than a week after Huawei Technologies was blacklisted by the United States, more than a hundred South Korean politicians and business leaders toured the Chinese tech giant's headquarters and its lavish new campus outside Shenzhen. Executives from firms such as Samsung Electronics watched demonstrations of high-speed robotics and smart city simulations powered by Huawei's next-generation 5G network equipment. The event was part of a Seoul-backed forum aimed at building tighter tech links between China and Asia's fourth-largest economy.

  • Huawei ban puts South Korea in a familiar place: caught between the U.S. and China
    Reuters2 months ago

    Huawei ban puts South Korea in a familiar place: caught between the U.S. and China

    Less than a week after Huawei Technologies was blacklisted by the United States, more than a hundred South Korean politicians and business leaders toured the Chinese tech giant's headquarters and its lavish new campus outside Shenzhen. Executives from firms such as Samsung Electronics watched demonstrations of high-speed robotics and smart city simulations powered by Huawei's next-generation 5G network equipment. The event was part of a Seoul-backed forum aimed at building tighter tech links between China and Asia's fourth-largest economy.

  • VW to Rework $56 Billion Battery Push on Samsung Deal Risk
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    VW to Rework $56 Billion Battery Push on Samsung Deal Risk

    Samsung initially agreed to deliver batteries for just over 20 gigawatt hours, enough to power 200,000 cars with 100 kilowatt hour packs, before different views on production volume and schedule emerged during detailed negotiations, said the people, who asked not to be identified as the talks are confidential. The impasse cut pledged supplies to less than 5 gigawatt hours, they said. Access to vast amounts of batteries to power a growing number of electric vehicles has emerged as a new battleground for global automakers amid capacity constraints, supply bottlenecks and limited access to raw materials.

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