SAMSUNG ELECTRONIC KRW5000 (SSNLF)

1,500.00
OTC Markets
Prev Close 1,500.00
Day Low/High 0.00 / 0.00
52 Wk Low/High 1,000.00 / 1,600.00
Exchange OTC Markets
Shares Outstanding 140.68B
Market Cap 211.02B
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Apple Drops Another Big Hint That the iPhone 8 Will Feature Wireless Charging

Apple Drops Another Big Hint That the iPhone 8 Will Feature Wireless Charging

Apple has joined an organization that develops wireless charging standards, giving credence to rumors that the tech giant could eventually cut the cord when the iPhone 8 is released.

Google's Project Loon Breakthrough; Drama Heats Up for Samsung -- Tech Roundup

Google's Project Loon Breakthrough; Drama Heats Up for Samsung -- Tech Roundup

Project Loon, Google's balloon-based internet concept, could be close to getting off the ground. Samsung Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee has been formally arrested on bribery charges.

Wake Up Wall Street: Winning Streak Comes to a Close

Wake Up Wall Street: Winning Streak Comes to a Close

U.S. stock futures fall Friday and shares in Europe and Asia trade lower following declines on Wall Street and as the dollar firms

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Friday

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Friday

U.S. stock futures fall Friday and shares in Europe and Asia trade lower following declines on Wall Street and as the dollar firms.

Samsung Shares Hit After Vice Chairman Lee Held By Police in Seoul

Samsung Shares Hit After Vice Chairman Lee Held By Police in Seoul

Samsung stock fell sharply after its most senior executive was detained amid charges of influence peddling in a scandal that has led to the impeachment of the country's President.

Toshiba May Delay Its Chip Auction -- Tech Roundup

Toshiba May Delay Its Chip Auction -- Tech Roundup

Lifting the sale deadline of its memory chip devision could help bring in new buyers and raise the price.

Will Korean Tension Set Asia Ablaze?

Will Korean Tension Set Asia Ablaze?

Almost every nation in Asia is currently mired in scandal or political uncertainty. Add North Korea's loose cannon to the mix, and there's a smoldering powder keg under the region.

Toshiba is Now Thinking of Fully Selling its Chip Unit, Rather Than Just a 20% Stake

Toshiba is Now Thinking of Fully Selling its Chip Unit, Rather Than Just a 20% Stake

The second biggest supplier in Flash Memory might be in the hands of another company.

Apple Reclaims Title of World's Top Smartphone Seller from Samsung

Apple Reclaims Title of World's Top Smartphone Seller from Samsung

Apple snuck past rival Samsung to sell the most smartphones during the fourth quarter.

Toshiba's Chip Unit Sale Might Be Too Expensive for Western Digital Now

Toshiba's Chip Unit Sale Might Be Too Expensive for Western Digital Now

Financially-troubled Toshiba is now thinking about an outright sale of its chip unit, rather than just a 20% stake. Debt-laden Western Digital might be hard-pressed to afford that.

Asian Markets Up, Europe Called to Open Higher on Yellen Comments

Asian Markets Up, Europe Called to Open Higher on Yellen Comments

Asian markets followed U.S. benchmarks higher on Wednesday after Fed chair Janet Yellen warned that interest rates could rise faster than expected.

Facebook Announces New TV App in Move to Become Video Destination

Facebook Announces New TV App in Move to Become Video Destination

The social media giant is set to launch a new app in the coming months that will be available on Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV.

'Even FANG Doesn't Seem Expensive': More Squawk From Jim Cramer

'Even FANG Doesn't Seem Expensive': More Squawk From Jim Cramer

Some investors worry stocks will be overvalued if the new administration doesn't make the pro-business changes it promised during the campaign.

Apple's iPhone Turns 10 Years Old: What's Next?

Apple's iPhone Turns 10 Years Old: What's Next?

As the iPhone 7 experiences soft demand, Apple bulls are looking for a 'supercycle' of iPhone 8 sales to start later this year.

All of Apple's New iPhones May Have Wireless Charging -- And One Could Cost $1,000

All of Apple's New iPhones May Have Wireless Charging -- And One Could Cost $1,000

Wireless charging would be the next frontier for Apple.

Apple's Dominating the Smartwatch Market -- Tech Roundup

Apple's Dominating the Smartwatch Market -- Tech Roundup

New estimates suggest the tech giant shipped 6 million Apple Watches in the fourth quarter.

Toshiba's Pain Could Be Western Digital's Long-Term Gain

Toshiba's Pain Could Be Western Digital's Long-Term Gain

Acquiring a stake in joint venture partner Toshiba's chip unit would both increase Western Digital's flash memory exposure, and provide strategic benefits.

Apple's iPhone Juggernaut Might Be Slamming Into a Great Wall in China

Apple's iPhone Juggernaut Might Be Slamming Into a Great Wall in China

Business is booming for China's local smartphone makers. Apple is dealing with the challenge better than Samsung, but hasn't been unscathed.

Google Overtakes Apple as the World's Most Valuable Brand, According to Global Ranking

Google Overtakes Apple as the World's Most Valuable Brand, According to Global Ranking

Google has dethroned Apple in the Race to be Most Valuable Brand.

EARNINGS PREVIEW: Infineon Looks to Automotive Sector For Profit Rebound

EARNINGS PREVIEW: Infineon Looks to Automotive Sector For Profit Rebound

Infineon is expected to post and earnings rebound Thursday as the German chipmaker and Tesla supplier continues to enjoy a boost from its automotive business.

Apple's 'Record-Laden' First-Quarter Earnings: What Wall Street Is Saying

Apple's 'Record-Laden' First-Quarter Earnings: What Wall Street Is Saying

Apple beat expectations for the first quarter of fiscal 2017 and sold a record number of iPhones, which was music to Wall Street's ears.

Everyone Badly Wants to Know How Apple Would Spend $230 Billion in Offshore Cash

Everyone Badly Wants to Know How Apple Would Spend $230 Billion in Offshore Cash

The tech giant's earnings are always a must-watch.

Jim Cramer Is Still a Big Fan of Apple Shares

Jim Cramer Is Still a Big Fan of Apple Shares

Jim Cramer says he's still a fan of Apple and believes investors should own it, but he thinks traders will sell after it reports results.

Jim Cramer -- If You Don't Own Apple Yet, Then Wait

Jim Cramer -- If You Don't Own Apple Yet, Then Wait

Jim Cramer says he still likes Apple for the long haul. But for investors looking to buy, wait until after earnings.

Facebook's Hugo Barra Hire Puts China's Tech Talent in Focus

Facebook's Hugo Barra Hire Puts China's Tech Talent in Focus

Barra's submergence in fast-paced China may be proof the country's tech can no longer be ignored.

Facebook's Big Hire Shows Zuckerberg's Distinctive Vision for Virtual Reality

Facebook's Big Hire Shows Zuckerberg's Distinctive Vision for Virtual Reality

The giant social network understands that big investments are still needed to make high-quality VR experiences a reality.

LG Sees Losses Widen by Almost Double on Weak Smartphones Sales

LG Sees Losses Widen by Almost Double on Weak Smartphones Sales

The South Korean electronics maker aims to regain its position in 2017 by focusing on premium product lines.

What You Can Learn From Samsung Electronics, Even if You Can't Buy Its Stock

What You Can Learn From Samsung Electronics, Even if You Can't Buy Its Stock

Samsung is a great example of a stock that had headline risk but manages to outperform. It offers lessons to investors.