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Workday names AP chief

David Webster to take charge of AP, Japan Workday, a top-tier provider of enterprise cloud applications for human resources and finance, has named David Webster as chief of its operation in Asia Pacific and Japan. The new CEO will take charge...
Able C&C launches 5 shops in 2 months South Korean cosmetics brand Missha has opened its 20th store in Turkey to make its presence felt in the significant market. Missha has briskly made inroads into the global market. Able C&C, the...
Korean outfit strives to become top-tier player in world market White Information Networking, Korea’s leading provider of human resource management (HRM) software and service solutions, vies to join the rank of the global top five players. Based on its technological edge,...
Two promising outfits go hands-in-hands Two prominent outfits decide to join forces to stand out in the global market _ AirAsia has selected Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) as the partner of its digital transformation journey. AirAsia is a top-tier...
Chairman Kim Byung-ju rises to 23rd spot in wealth list Amid the trade war between the United States and China, export-driven Korea struggled over the past year. As a result, the country’s wealthiest’ fortunes dropped substantially this year, according to...
Japanese apparel maker shuts down shops in downtown Seoul Uniqlo is closing down stores in Seoul, which leads to speculation that the Japanese clothing retailer reduces its operation in Korea amid Korean consumers’ boycott of made-in-Japan products. Uniqlo recently said that...
Clothing retailer sees its July sales dip 26% Uniqlo Korea issued an official apology in its Web site on July 22, but Koreans show no signs of wrapping up their boycott of Japan’s largest clothing brand. In fact, a mounting number...

Koreans target Uniqlo

Netizens keep criticizing Japanese casual wear maker In Korea, people are canceling their trips to Japan and boycotting Japanese products ranging from cigarettes, beers, pens, cameras, and movies to automobiles. The nationwide boycott of made-in-Japan products and services started early this...
Top e-commerce operator under investigation Fair Trade Commission (FTC) officials recently visited Coupang’s head office in Seoul to probe the country’s leading e-commerce operator on suspicion of unfair trade practices. The field inspection came after a few companies cried foul at...
Chairman Lee Kun-hee loses $3.8 billion in a year The lingering slump in the global semiconductor business chipped away at the fortune of Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee by $3.8 billion over the past year. However, his net worth of $16.8...








Worldex gains 3.19%

As of Oct. 21 09:10 A.M., Worldex increased 3.19%, compared with yesterday, to 7,120 won. It had increased 5.95% through the past month. Standard...

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