Smart Moves to Make Now Ahead of a Recession
Seize the day and think of a recession as the best time to pass competitors, says Bain & Co.
Whirlpool Wins Battle in S. Korea Trade War
The International Trade Commission clears the way for the White House to impose trade barriers on imports of Samsung and LG washing machines.
Apple Reportedly Readying Supersized iPhone
Component manufacturers say Samsung will supply a 5.8-inch AMOLED display for a new model celebrating the iPhone's 10th anniversary.
Qualcomm Hit With Record $865M Fine in Korea
South Korea's top trade regulator says the company's patent licensing practices were unfair to both smartphone makers and rival modem chipset makers.
Samsung Buys Auto Tech Firm Harman for $8B
With its largest acquistion ever, Samsung will instantly become "a major player" in the market for providing electronics to makers of connected cars.
Regulator Launches Samsung Phone Recall
Consumer advocates question the company's initial response to the problems with its new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.
Smartwatch Sales Take a Tumble
Shipments fell 32% in the second quarter, as Samsung and others ate into Apple's market share.
Samsung Takes to the Cloud with Joyent Deal
Joyent's cloud platform could power virtual reality and artificial intelligence applications on Samsung's smartphones and mobile devices.
Accounting and Finance Articles for CFOs
BlackBerry beefs up security spending while Samsung cuts losses, what's new with China's economy and Ceasers Palace fined for $8 million.
Samsung to Cut Payrolls, G&A over Slow Android Sales
The South Korean company faces a second slow year.
Samsung’s Earnings Lower On Lagging Smartphone Sales
The company is boosting production of the S6 Galaxy Edge after reportedly misjudging demand.