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South Korea’s LG becomes first major smartphone brand to withdraw from market

Its decision to pull out will leave its 10 per cent share in North America, where it is the No. 3 brand.
LG Launches Eco-friendly Clothing Line in Collaboration with Online Retailer

LG Electronics launches eco-friendly clothing line with Net-A-Porter

LG Electronics has unveiled an eco-friendly clothing line in collaboration with British online fashion retailer Net-A-Po...

LG Uplus opens seven-storey product showroom targeting Gen Z

South Korean telecom giant LG Uplus has opened a seven-story product showroom in southern Seoul targeting young customer...

LG TV lets you shop fashion you see in TV shows

Video commerce firm TheTake has partnered with smart TV manufacturer LG Electronics and a range of media companies to al...

South Korea’s outdoor-fashion industry in ‘dire’ state

South Korea’s outdoor-fashion industry is in “dire” condition with brands and retailers “slowly fading into obscurity”.

Most-loved South Korean brands revealed

This year’s most-loved South Korean brands have been named by the Brandstars Selection Committee.

Honestbee CEO departs, opening the way for fresh funding

Honestbee CEO and cofounder Joel Sng has stepped away from the business, clearing the way for a fresh round of investmen...

LG buys Avon North America

LG Household & Health Care has acquired Avon North America in a US$125 million deal with an affiliate of Cerberus Capita...

Courts Singapore takes flagship up a notch

Courts Singapore has redesigned its Tampines flagship megastore, offering an immersive experience for customers.

Apple Korea carves out 15pc market share

Apple Korea aims to sell 2.9 million iPhones in Korea this year, giving it about 15 per cent market share.