Big Hit has been hit hard, with its stock dropping for three consecutive days following a one-day spike after its initial public offering.
K-pop boy bands Seventeen and NU'EST will be under the control of Big Hit Entertainment, which represents mega-group BTS, as Korea's antitrust agency approved Big Hit's takeover of the two bands' agency, Pledis Entertainment.
Big Hit Entertainment hit the upper price limit on its first day trading on the Kospi, but quickly lost steam as investors turned to short-term profit taking rather than backing the entertainment company for the long term.
BTS has marked its second No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with "Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat),” a remix it collaborated on with Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo. "Dynamite" remained in the No. 2 position, following the remix of "Savage Love” after..
Big Hit Entertainment closed subscriptions for its initial public offering (IPO) Tuesday, collecting more than 58 trillion won ($50 billion) in deposits. It came close to the record for total deposits set by Kakao Games but failed to break it.
BTS's latest single "Dynamite" is continuing its winning streak on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the sixth week, ranking second on the chart’s latest update on Tuesday. “Dynamite” debuted at No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart on Aug. 31 and has ranked...
Small investors got their chance at the initial public offering by Big Hit Entertainment, creators of BTS, but their fervor didn't exactly reach a fever pitch — even though many were members of ARMY, as BTS fans are collectively known.
Koreans in their 20s and 30s are pouring millions of won into both domestic and foreign stocks to manage their money, which they see as the most reliable return on investment (ROI) in the face of economic uncertainty wrought by the pandemic.
Boy band Tomorrow X Together (TXT) released teaser photos offering hints about its upcoming third EP “Minisode1: Blue Hour" on its agency Big Hit Entertainment's official website on Tuesday. After its latest EP “The Dream Chapter: Eternity” released
BTS has topped Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart once again with its latest single “Dynamite,” according to the latest update which was announced via the chart's official Twitter account on Tuesday.