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How Samsung became one of the world's biggest tech companies
The South Korean company went from selling groceries in the 1930s to a market leader in technology across the globe.
"Just-in-time" manufacturing model challenged by COVID-19
The model started in the 1970s during the quest for leanness and cost cutting. But it leads to supply chain issues when disasters hit.
Are super expensive new cellphones worth the price?
Wednesday, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Fold, which will arrive in April and start at $1,980.
Samsung has seen better days. Can a folding screen help?
Will a folding screen make a difference for Samsung's bottom line?
What you need to know about CES 2019
Las Vegas and innovative tech - what more could you ask for?
Apple's secret weapon? The semiconductor
Apple unveils a new iPhone. What really makes it special? The computer chips inside.
South Korean court sentences Samsung heir to 5 years prison
Samsung accounts for about one fifth of South Korea's exports.
Samsung hopes S8 phone launch will put out the company’s past fires
The latest Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy S8, launches today in New York. It’s a totally different device than the Galaxy Note 7 … remember the one whose batteries caught on fire? But this is still a big unveiling for a company with a lot of making up to do. Click the audio player above to […]
Still using your Samsung Galaxy Note 7? A battery-killing update is likely headed your way
The update to end all updates.
The uncertain state of South Korea
South Korea's corruption scandal, paired with President-elect Trump's comments about the country, has put the nation in a state of uncertainty.