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- 3 days ago @ Samsung is in trouble because Android-based smartphones have been commoditized. When all phones run on the same Android software, and they all have the same features/specs, then the only thing that differentiates a phone is branding and price.

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Black Friday 2014 Tablet Deals: Get The Best Prices On Samsung, Windows

Black Friday may seem like a prime time to buy a new smartphone, with many handsets going for free with a two-year contract and other deals including $1 or 1 cent contract prices, but the latest iPhone or Galaxy device is actually not a top seller on ...

One of Samsung’s most promising smartphones could be announced very soon

Samsung has been trying to give its devices more of a “premium” feel with the launch of its Galaxy A series, although so far the only two Galaxy A devices that have been released so far have midrange specs. That could soon change, however, because SamMobile points out that the high-end Galaxy A7 has just passed through the Federal Communications Commission for approval, which means that Samsung ...

Samsung staff fear the axe in annual reshuffle

Staff are working overtime while facing potentially high job losses following Samsung's poor financial year.

Staff fear the chop in Samsung Electronics annual reshuffle

Reuters: Squeezed by Chinese rivals like Xiaomi Technology [XTC.UL] at the low end and Apple's iPhones at the top, Samsung's share of the smartphone market has also shrunk year-on-year for the last three quarters, leading to speculation that mobile business ...

What Sony Can Learn From Samsung

Bloomberg View: Fierce rivals, Samsung and Sony also face many of the same problems: overstretched businesses, a dearth of game-changing products, hierarchical corporate structures and proud places in their national psyches. But South Korea's Samsung is proving how ...

Nexus 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Nexus 6 is Google's first foray into the large smartphone space that has been dominated by Samsung. The Galaxy Note series, on the other hand, has grown from a niche product, to what many might consider Samsung's true flagship with its latest ...

BrandPost: Today's Hot Deals: Toshiba Satellite Laptop for only $199, Samsung

PCWorld: Behold the latest haul of hot deals, brought to you by the dedicated bargain hunters at TechBargains. Whether you want to upgrade your media center or pick up some cool gadgets for the kids, TechBargains has you covered. We will refresh these deals ...

A huge iPhone 6 Plus bug might end up being fixed by Samsung

BGR: Samsung will reportedly increase the number of components it supplies to Apple, as the South Korean giant will apparently provide additional iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch parts, according to Business Korea. Specifically, Apple has apparently ...









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Samsung Group sells shares in chemical, defense arms for $1.7 billion

Reuters: "Samsung under Chairman Lee Kun-hee's leadership expanded into a wide range of businesses, but it looks like (heir apparent) Jay Y. Lee is now looking to move in the other direction and make the group more compact," said Chung Sun-sup, CEO of ...

Samsung Group sells shares in chemical, defence arms for $1.7 bln

By Joyce Lee and Se Young Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Group said on Wednesday it is selling stakes in four chemical and defence firms for 1.9 trillion won ($1.72 billion) to Hanwha Group, ...


Samsung Electronics to buy back $2B in shares

CNET: Samsung plans to buy back 1.9 million shares of stock, representing about 1.1 percent of its total shares outstanding, for approximately $2 billion, the company announced on Wednesday. The share buyback is the first since 2007 for the company and is ...

Samsung Electronics to buy back $2 billion in shares

Reuters: Samsung's plan comes amid mounting pressure for the tech giant to return more capital to shareholders as it heads for its worst annual profit in three years, dragged down by falling market share in its smartphone business. The move is also likely to ...

Samsung Electronics to buy back $2 bln in shares

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday announced a $2 billion share buyback plan, its first since 2007, following investor calls for higher returns against a backdrop of ...


Samsung to Sell Stakes in Chemical, Defense Units for $1.7 Billion

Wall Street Journal: SEOUL—Samsung Group said on Wednesday it will sell controlling stakes in its chemical and defense units for 1.9 trillion won ($1.7 billion) as South Korea's largest conglomerate continues restructuring moves ahead of an expected leadership succession.

Samsung Group sells shares in chemical, defence arms for $1.7 billion

By Joyce Lee and Se Young Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Group said on Wednesday it is selling stakes in four chemical and defence firms for 1.9 trillion won ($1.72 billion) ($1.72 billion) ...


Galaxy S5 misses Samsung's sales estimates by 40%: WSJ

Times of India: NEW DELHI: World's biggest smartphone maker Samsung has seen a downturn in its fortunes this year, marked by stagnant sales in its mobile business. Now, a Wall Street Journal report has claimed that Galaxy S5 sales were 40% lower than Samsung's ...

Milk Studios Sues Samsung Over Use of Name

Wall Street Journal: Milk Studios, a photography and media company, filed a lawsuit in the U.S. against Samsung Electronics Co., alleging trademark infringement by the South Korean technology giant's music-streaming service and mobile application. The complaint, filed ...

Samsung Ponders Executive Shakeup As Galaxy S5 Sales Fall 40% Short Of

TechCrunch: Samsung is looking long and hard at its top executive team with changes in mind, the Wall Street Journal reports, following Galaxy S5 devices sales that have underperformed company expectations by as much as 40 percent. The total sales for the S5, this ...

Samsung Considering Shake-Up in Management

Wall Street Journal: In one scenario under discussion, co-chief executive and mobile head J.K. Shin—who had presided over Samsung's rapid ascent as well as its recent tumble in smartphones—could be moved out of his role overseeing the mobile division, these people said.

Samsung may oust mobile chief after disappointing Galaxy S5 sales, report says

Just like a sports team axing its coach after a poor season, Samsung may be ousting the head of its mobile division. According to the Wall Street Journal , co-CEO J.K. Shin may be replaced by B.K. Yoo, another co-CEO who oversees Samsung’s home appliance and television businesses. This would put him in charge of Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone line, which includes the Galaxy S5 , Galaxy Note 4 , and ...

The Real Reason Why Samsung's Smartphone Business Is Cratering

The Wall Street Journal published a gloomy...

Galaxy S5 has been a huge disappointment and heads may roll at Samsung

Samsung has not had a very good year so far and a new report from The Wall Street Journal shows that things are even worse than we imagined. According to the Journal, Samsung has sold about 40% fewer Galaxy S5 units than expected and this could lead to a huge shakeup of the company’s mobile business. RELATED: Samsung took a record beating as Apple prepared for record iPhone sales The Galaxy S5 ...


Oculus CEO says more products with Samsung on the way

CNET: "We successfully launched the Gear VR with Samsung this year and I'm sure we will continue close relation with Samsung, as always," he said. He declined to comment about specifics of upcoming product launches with the South Korean electronics giant.

Unsold, Unwanted, Unloved. Samsung's Galaxy S5 Gamble Failed

Forbes: Somewhere, there is a warehouse full of unsold Galaxy S5s. Samsung's flagship handset, launched in Q1 this year, packed in everything including the kitchen sink. It followed the South Korean company's strategy of taking the best features of every ...

Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Global spyware, Iran deal unlikely

Quartz: Samsung may sack its mobile bosses. The South Korean electronics firm may hand over control of its struggling smartphone unit to the executive who runs its home-appliance and TV business, replacing co-CEO and mobile head J.K. Shin, who oversaw the ...

Samsung sells units and announces $2 bn share buyback

Samsung announced Wednesday the $1.7 billion sale of stakes in four affiliates and a $2.0 billion share buyback as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession. The sale of its petrochemical and defence units to the Hanwha conglomerate, which has major petrochemical holdings, is expected to be finalised in the first half of next year, Samsung ...

Samsung sells defence, petrochemical units for $1.7 bn

Samsung Group announced Wednesday the sale of stakes in four petrochemical and defence affiliates for $1.7 billion as the South Korean giant steps up restructuring efforts ahead of a generational ownership succession. The sale to the Hanwha conglomerate, which has major petrochemical holdings, is expected to be finalised in the first half of next year, Samsung said in a statement. The deal ...


Galaxy Note 4 Long Term Review: Samsung's Best Smartphone

Forbes: It is a long held truth that the iPhone changed the mobile phone industry, but it is often forgotten that the Samsung Galaxy Note series has proved just as influential to the evolution of smartphone design. Would the iPhone 6 Plus exist if the Galaxy ...


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