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Samsung SDS Q4 Operating Profit 284 Billion Won, Down 13% From Year Earlier
XPO Logistics Provides Samsung SDS With UK Distribution Solution
Samsung SDS says Q2 Operating Profit 197 Billion Won, Down 24% From Year Earlier
Samsung SDS Co Ltd is a Korea-based company principally engaged in the provision of information technology (IT) services. The Company operates its business through two segments. The IT Services segment is engaged in the provision of consulting and system integration (SI) services, application outsourcing and infrastructure services. Consulting and SI services include manufacturing IT services and big data, application mobile solutions. Application outsourcing and infrastructure services include data center, network, and cloud services. The Logistics Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) segment is engaged in the provision of global fourth-party logistics services including transportation, storage, unloading and management of goods.
125, Olympic-ro 35-gil, Songpa-gu
Seong Wu Hwang
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Seong Tae Park
Vice President, Director
Hyeong Jun Gu
Vice President, Director
Jeong Tae Ahn
Seok Rip Kang
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South Korea's powerful Lee family faces a battle to maintain control of Samsung Group, the country's biggest conglomerate, following the death of patriarch and group Chairman Lee Kun-hee.
Shares in Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and affiliates rose on Monday after the death a day earlier of Chairman Lee Kun-hee sparked hopes for stake sales, higher dividends and long-awaited restructuring, analysts said.
Lee Kun-hee, South Korea's richest person and chairman of Samsung Electronics Co <005930.KS>, died on Sunday, leaving behind considerable assets subject to be potentially inherited by his surviving family as well as inheritance tax.
Lee Kun-hee, South Korea's richest person and chairman of Samsung Electronics Co, died on Sunday, leaving behind considerable assets subject to be potentially inherited by his surviving family as well as inheritance tax. [nL1N2HG01W]
Technology giant Samsung Electronics has adopted electronic voting for the first time ever for this year's annual general meeting (AGM) on March 18, urging shareholders to use it to help curb the spread of coronavirus.
South Korean prosecutors raided Korea Exchange as part of an investigation into Samsung BioLogics' suspected violation of accounting rules, a bourse official said on Friday.
Samsung Group will invest 25 trillion won ($22 billion) in artificial intelligence, 5G mobile technology, electronic components for autos, and the biopharmaceutical business in pursuit of new growth areas, Samsung Electronics <005930.KS> said on Wednesday.
Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korean won strengthened against the dollar along with other Asian currencies on Wednesday, driven by unexpected rise of China's foreign exchange reserves. The KOSPI stock index rose modestly while bond yields fell. **...
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