Korea Gas Corporation is preparing to become a leading global gas company by establishing a comprehensive value chain geared toward a sustainable future.
"Reverse mentoring" programs are being introduced by companies as they endeavor to facilitate communications across generations and work to make their reporting structures more horizontal
Small business owners hurt by social distancing restrictions say they're taking collective action to fight the government’s measures.
The pandemic continues to claim businesses, including some with deep histories.
The Australian government will invest 50 million Australian dollars ($35 million) over the next 10 years in Korea for technology development related to carbon neutrality. The Korean government will match the investment.
The Bank of New York Mellon, the oldest bank in the United States, is ceasing corporate trust services in Korea.
Samsung Electronics' ambitions to become a force in the foundry or contract-chip fabrication business are bearing fruit with a big deal and a purchase of super-expensive advanced semiconductor equipment.
The business outlook of Korea’s smaller firms inched up for December on eased social distancing measures and hopes of higher year-end domestic demand, a poll showed Monday.
The European Union's antitrust regulator is resuming an investigation into a proposed merger of two Korean shipbuilders that it suspended last year.
The government started accepting offline applications for compensating losses of small- and medium-sized enterprises and small shop owners that suffered due to the government’s social distancing regulations on Wednesday.