Samsung Electronics shares closed below 80,000 won ($70.7) for the first time in more than four months Thursday, mainly due to dumping by foreign investors.
The struggle over hegemony in chip making between the United States and China, which originated with a shortage of semiconductors for cars, has spilled over to the computer and telecommunication fronts. The contest has extended...
One of the CEOs of SK hynix, the world’s second largest memory chip maker, has vowed major investments in the foundry business, or contract chip manufacturing, a major shift in its business structure.
U.S. President Joe Biden is urging chip producers including Samsung Electronics to ramp up production in the U.S., complicating Samsung’s investment plans.
Intel’s foray into contract chip manufacturing, or foundry, will likely pose challenges to market leaders Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and Samsung Electronics, heating up competition in the booming chip fabrication business.
The Financial Times has expressed deep concerns about the jailing of Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong for giving bribes to former President Park Geun-hye. The paper noted that his detention could put the brakes on...
If there was a nuclear arms race during the cold war, now we are witnessing an arms race in silicon chips. Big chipmakers like TSMC have announced billions of dollars of new investment, and others are opting for massive mergers and acquisitions...
What is the Samsung Electronics chief strategy for the non-memory business?
Samsung Electronics has set a goal of mass-producing 3-nanometer chips by 2022, an ambitious attempt to catch up with market leader Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).
Foreign investors are backing Samsung Electronics again as strong earnings and the company's advantages over struggling competitors like Huawei and Intel has made the stock an attractive pick.