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Sun, January 29, 2023 | 15:58
Proofpoint aims to be top email security service operator in Korea
Proofpoint, a Silicon Valley-based cybersecurity solution company, aims to become the top email security service provider in the Korean market within three years, the head of the company's branch office here said Wednesday. “We've set a goal to become No. 1 in Korea's email security business within three years,” Lee Suk-ho, country manager of Proofpoint Korea, said during a p...
| 2022-11-23 16:36
Norway offers Korean consumers fresh mackerel
Norway offers fresh, nutritious and safely processed mackerel to Korean consumers, according to a state-run organization that promotes the Scandinavian country's seafood products, Tuesday. “Norwegian mackerel grown in cold water is known for a consistently high level of essential fatty acids such as healthy omega-3 EPA/DHA fatty acids. This high fat content is the reason why ...
| 2022-11-23 16:02
Korea Post to transform old post offices into community spaces
Korea Post will transform around 400 post offices that are over 35 years old into new offices equipped with community spaces for local residents, according to the head of the state-run agency, Wednesday. They will also serve as support centers for business startups to help achieve balanced development in provincial areas.
| 2022-11-23 16:02
Google Cloud seeks to support digital transformation of Korean companies
Google Cloud, a cloud computing service operator offered by the global tech giant, vowed that it will increase its support for Korean companies so that they can accelerate their digital transformation and achieve advances in their businesses, the head of the company's Korean branch said Tuesday.
| 2022-11-22 16:48
SK hynix's new plant in Yongin to pick up speed
SK hynix solved a problem that has hindered the global-leading chipmaker from building new plants in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province, by striking an agreement to take in industrial water from the nearby city of Yeoju, according to the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, Monday. The industry ministry said SK hynix, Yeoju City and Korea Land & Housing Corporation (LH) signed a me...
| 2022-11-21 16:52
'Korea needs to resolve population decline, digital literacy with science, technology': Presidential adviser
Korea has been using science and technology mainly as a tool to help engineer economic growth, but now it should also be used to solve the social problems the country is facing such as population decline and digital literacy, the chief of a presidential advisory for science and technology said Monday.
| 2022-11-21 15:31
BTS' management company enters game market
Hybe, an entertainment company that manages popular boy band BTS, will add game making and distribution as its new business items to become a comprehensive entertainment company, its founder and chairman said Saturday.
| 2022-11-20 16:48
Korean firms seek to capitalize on Qatar World Cup
Hyundai Motor, Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics and other Korean companies are trying to capitalize on this year's FIFA World Cup as a chance to bolster brand awareness and increase sales of their devices through promotions, according to the companies, Sunday. The FIFA World Cup football tournament is one of the largest international sports events. The quadrennial event ta...
| 2022-11-20 16:46
Samsung chief urged to diversify top executives, board members
Lee Jae-yong, who was promoted from vice chairman to chairman of Samsung Electronics, the crown jewel of Samsung Group, on Oct. 27, faces the daunting task of weathering multiple challenges, including a chip market slump, legal risks and finding new growth engines to keep the nation's largest conglomerate competitive. To this end, industry experts stressed that Lee needs to f...
| 2022-11-18 09:31
Korea's biggest game expo, G-STAR, returns at full scale
BUSAN - The G-STAR game industry show returned in a full-scale offline format to the southern port city on Thursday, with companies here and abroad pinning hopes that the country's largest game expo might be able to create momentum for the struggling game industry. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual game-related show was held online in 2020 and in a hybrid offline and o...
| 2022-11-17 16:31
People attempt to cut surging heating costs with creative solutions
Cabinet ministries turn deaf ear to watchdog's advice on sexual minorities
More Korean manufacturers enjoy Georgia's hospitality
Seoul to work with Hanoi to pursue peace on Korean peninsula
Superintendent of Seoul Education Office gets suspended jail term
SK E&S retains gov't support for Barossa gas project in Australia
Indonesia celebrates 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties with Korea via virtual event
LGES to capitalize on US IRA, Tesla partnership to continue record earnings
Cambodian ministers highlight potential for growth, cooperation
KT&G aims to become global top-tier company
Nepal plane crash
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