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Trade panel rules for Apple in copyright dispute against Samsung

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. trade panel on Friday ruled that South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd infringes on portions of two Apple Inc patents on digital mobile devices, a decision likely to inflame passions in the long-running dispute. The U.S. International Trade Commission issued a limited exclusion order and…

Samsung managers grilled over fatal chemical leak at factory

South Korean police said Tuesday they were investigating three Samsung managers for possible negligent homicide after a deadly toxic chemical leak at a chipmaking plant last month. One repair worker died after trying to stop the leak of diluted hydrofluoric acid at the Samsung Electronics’ plant in the city of…

Samsung Electronics boss vows fight in family feud

The chairman of South Korean giant Samsung Electronics Tuesday vowed to go “all the way to the end” in lawsuits with his two siblings over the vast family fortune, accusing them of being greedy. Lee Kun-Hee, 70, was in February accused by his elder brother and sister of taking over some shares…

Samsung Electronics board endorses LCD spin-off

South Korean giant Samsung Electronics says its board has agreed to spin off its loss-making liquid crystal display (LCD) business. Samsung, the world’s largest maker of flat panels, memory chipsand flat-screen televisions, said its LCD unit would be launched as a separate entity on April 1 with capital of 750 billion won ($668 million). The LCD business suffered…

Samsung shares hit record on spin-off news

South Korean giant Samsung Electronics said it is considering spinning off its loss-making liquid crystal display (LCD) business, sending its shares to a record high. Samsung, the world’s largest maker of flat panels, memory chips and flat-screen televisions, made the announcement in a regulatory filing on Wednesday. It said no final decision has been…

Samsung condemns ‘anti-Iran’ ad featuring its tablet

Samsung Electronics on Saturday condemned an Israeli commercial featuring a Samsung tablet, expressing dismay at Iran’s threat to ban its products over the apparently anti-Tehran teaser. The South Korean electronics giant said it had not been involved in production of the TV spot, produced by Israeli cable TV cannel HOT.…

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