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J.C. Penney is looking to capitalize on the housing market
China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.
The decision could open up the possibility for criminal charges against Park, along with Samsung's top executives.
The bribery trial beginning in Seoul may mark a sea change in a country that hasn't questioned close government and business ties.
U.S. stock futures and shares in Europe and Asia trade mixed Tuesday ahead of Donald Trump's first speech to a joint session of Congress.
Markets in Asia attempted to bridge the gap between U.S. and European markets overnight before paring gains as the session wound to a close
Samsung Electronics' link to a scandal that has gripped South Korea deepened Tuesday after authorities formally charged the heir to the company's founder with bribery and embezzlement.
The rebooted Nokia 3310 takes its famous long-lasting battery to the next level. More importantly, it has Snake.
A video posted to Twitter by an Arizona teen shows smoke coming from an iPhone 7 Plus.
U.S. stock futures fall Friday and shares in Europe and Asia trade lower following declines on Wall Street and as the dollar firms
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.
The second biggest supplier in Flash Memory might be in the hands of another company.
Google has dethroned Apple in the Race to be Most Valuable Brand.
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.
The PC market is set to be flooded with Chromebooks that run Android apps.
President Trump is scheduled to meet with leaders of Canada and Mexico this week to discuss NAFTA and other trade issues.
Here's what you need to know on Wall Street on Monday.
Samsung discussed the faults of its now-recalled flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 7.
Here's what you need to know about global financial news on Monday.
Samsung will discuss the investigation into its exploding flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 7, at a press conference.
A South Korean court has rejected an arrest warrant request for Jay Y. Lee, Samsung's CEO.
Investors await a European Central Bank decision on rates, and Credit Suisse settles with the Department of Justice.
Qualcomm is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission for allegedly unfair practices in licensing its technology.
For a company keen on remaking itself amid growth pressures and fending off activist investors, Samsung's bribery scandal certainly has the ability to complicate matters.
The head of the Samsung conglomerate has been identified as a suspect in a bribery case which, if proven, could bring down the country's president.
Samsung is predicting its biggest profit in 3 years, just months after the massive recall of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
Samsung will bring the 'future of audio' to this week's Consumer Electronics Show, but will it include a voice assistant?
Shares of the home appliance manufacturer soared on Tuesday as the company announced that it won six Consumer Electronics Show 2017 Innovation Awards.