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  • Financial Times

    Combative US approach strains South Korea relations

    Annyeong haseyo from the heart of the global technology supply chain, aka Seoul, where autumn is well and truly upon us, creating some stunning colours in the hills surrounding the city and making shots of soju a little more necessary in the chilly evenings. Elsewhere, our chart of the day looks at how footwear company Crocs has shifted imports from China to Vietnam, while our policy watch highlights today’s Trump speech on trade.

  • Financial Times

    Chime rings the changes after two-day outage

    Digital-only challenger banks have built sizeable customer bases, in part on a reputation for ease of use. The service outage lasted roughly two days beginning on October 16, after users began complaining about declined payments. Chime’s rapid growth and recent stumbles were popular topics at private dinners and hallway meetings during the recent Money 20/20 conference in Las Vegas, taking place less than two weeks after the outage.

  • Financial Times

    Channel 4 joins ITV and BBC on BritBox streaming service

    Channel 4 has agreed to provide programmes to BritBox, the subscription streaming service, in a long-awaited deal that brings together Britain’s main public service channels under the ITV-led initiative. BritBox announced on Thursday that it was “open for business” as it unveiled the three-year content deal with Channel 4, a partnership agreement with BT’s EE mobile service and arrangements with Samsung to promote the BritBox app on smart televisions.

  • Samsung Electronics third-quarter net profit slumps 52%
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    Samsung Electronics third-quarter net profit slumps 52%

    The world's largest smartphone and memory chip maker Samsung Electronics saw net profits slump by more than half in the third quarter, it said Thursday, hit by an enduring downturn in the global chip market. Net profits in the three months to September were 6.29 trillion won ($5.40 billion), it said in a statement -- down 52 percent year-on-year. The firm is the flagship subsidiary of the giant Samsung Group, by far the largest of the family-controlled conglomerates known as "chaebols" that dominate business in the world's 11th-largest economy.

  • Bribery retrial opens for Samsung scion
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    Bribery retrial opens for Samsung scion

    The heir to the Samsung empire appeared in court Friday for a retrial over a sprawling corruption scandal that threatens to disrupt management at the world's biggest smartphone and memory chip maker. Lee Jae-yong is vice-chairman of Samsung Electronics -- where profits have been falling for months -- and was jailed for five years in 2017 for bribery, embezzlement and other offences in connection with the scandal that brought down South Korean president Park Geun-hye. The 51-year-old was released a year later after an appeals court dismissed most of his bribery convictions and gave him a suspended sentence, but that decision was set aside by the Supreme Court in August, which ordered a retrial.

  • Samsung scion faces new bribery trial
    AFP News

    Samsung scion faces new bribery trial

    The heir to the Samsung empire arrived at court Friday for a retrial over a sprawling corruption scandal that threatens to disrupt management at the world's biggest smartphone and memory chip maker. Lee Jae-yong is vice-chairman of Samsung Electronics -- where profits have been falling for months -- and was jailed for five years in 2017 for bribery, embezzlement and other offences in connection with the scandal that brought down South Korean president Park Geun-hye. The 51-year-old was released a year later after an appeals court dismissed most of his bribery convictions and gave him a suspended sentence, but that decision was set aside by the Supreme Court in August, which ordered a retrial.

  • Samsung heir's corruption retrial hangs over phonemaker
    AFP News

    Samsung heir's corruption retrial hangs over phonemaker

    The heir to the Samsung empire returns to court this week for a retrial over a sprawling corruption scandal that could see him return to prison and deprive the world's largest smartphone and chip manufacturer of its top decision-maker. Lee Jae-yong is vice chairman of Samsung Electronics -- where profits have been falling for months -- and was jailed for five years in 2017 for bribery, embezzlement and other offences in connection with the scandal that brought down South Korean president Park Geun-hye. The 51-year-old was freed a year later after an appeals court dismissed most of his bribery convictions, but that decision was set aside by the Supreme Court in August, which ordered a retrial.

  • Samsung admits Galaxy S10 fingerprint access flaw
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    Samsung admits Galaxy S10 fingerprint access flaw

    Tech giant Samsung Electronics on Friday acknowledged a major flaw with its fingerprint system that allows other people to open its top-end smartphones, advising users to delete all registered prints. Samsung is the flagship subsidiary of the giant Samsung Group and crucial to South Korea's economic health. Samsung's latest problem emerged after a user in the UK told the Sun newspaper earlier this week her Galaxy S10 smartphone could be unlocked by someone else simply by putting on a screen protector and applying an unregistered fingerprint.

  • AFP

    Samsung to deploy software patch after Galaxy S10 fingerprint flaw found

    A flaw with Samsung's top-end Galaxy S10 fingerprint system that allows the smartphone to be opened by a third party will soon be fixed, the tech giant said Thursday. Samsung's spokesperson in Seoul said the company will soon roll out a fix, but did not say what caused the recognition problem. The world's biggest smartphone maker has touted the phone's in-display fingerprint sensor as "revolutionary".

  • Cubic (CUB) Looks Good: Stock Adds 5.1% in Session
    Zacks

    Cubic (CUB) Looks Good: Stock Adds 5.1% in Session

    Cubic (CUB) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 5% on the day, amid huge volumes.

  • Samsung Electronics flags 56% fall in Q3 operating profit
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    Samsung Electronics flags 56% fall in Q3 operating profit

    Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday it expected operating profits to drop more than 50 percent in the third quarter as it struggles with a long-running slump in the global chip market. Operating profit for July to September was forecast to reach 7.7 trillion won ($6.4 billion), down 56.2 percent from a year earlier, the world's largest maker of smartphones and memory chips said in a statement. It marks the fourth consecutive quarter in which the South Korean tech company has recorded a profit drop in the face of falling semiconductor prices and weakened demand for its mobile devices.

  • Zacks

    Micron (MU) Earnings After The Bell: What To Expect

    Micron is one of the largest semiconductor stocks in the market and I see this continuing with investor sentiment on its side.

  • Zacks

    Apple to Use Recycled Rare Earth Elements in iPhone 11 series

    Apple (AAPL) plans to use recycled rare earth elements in iPhone 11 series.