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The Wall Street Journal: South Korea’s ousted president questioned by prosecutors

South Korea’s former President Park Geun-hye arrived for questioning at the pr.....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMar 21st, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: South Korea’s ousted president questioned by prosecutors

South Korea’s former President Park Geun-hye arrived for questioning at the pr.....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMar 21st, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Ousted South Korean president jailed amid corruption investigation

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Category: topSource: marketwatchMar 30th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: South Korea’s new president may complicate ties with U.S.

South Korean voters chose a forceful advocate for closer ties with North Korea and China to succeed their impeached president, complicating U.S. efforts to isolate Pyongyang and rein in its nuclear-weapons program......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMay 9th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: South Korea’s president ousted following her impeachment

South Korea’s president was ejected from office by the country’s Constitutional Court on Friday, following her impeachment and suspension over accusations that she helped a friend win bribes from Samsung and other South Korean conglomerates......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMar 9th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Samsung heir questioned again in Korean corruption investigation

South Korean prosecutors summoned Lee Jae-yong, the third-generation heir of the Samsung conglomerate, for a fresh round of questioning Monday, seeking answers about his role in a political corruption scandal......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchFeb 12th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: South Korea seeks to arrest Samsung heir in widening corruption scandal

The arrest warrant for Lee Jae-yong is the latest development in a political corruption scandal that has rocked South Korea and has led to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchJan 16th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: South Korean prosecutors raid Samsung offices

Prosecutors on Wednesday raided the offices of the Samsung conglomerate and South Korea’s National Pension Service, as a scandal surrounding the country’s president and her top advisers crept deeper into the nation’s largest business group......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 22nd, 2016

Samsung Offices Raided by South Korean Prosecutors - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalSamsung Offices Raided by South Korean ProsecutorsWall Street JournalSEOUL—Prosecutors on Wednesday raided the offices of the Samsung conglomerate and South Korea's National Pension Service, as a scandal surrounding the country.....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsNov 22nd, 2016

The Wall Street Journal: Korean prosecutors raid Samsung offices amid presidential scandal

South Korean prosecutors raided the offices of Samsung Electronics Co. early Tuesday morning amid allegations that the South Korean technology company gave money to a close friend of President Park Geun-hye who has been accused of exerting influence over .....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 7th, 2016

The Wall Street Journal: South Korean president agrees to cooperate with prosecutors, cuts ties with friend

South Korea’s president said she was willing to become the first national leader to face questioning by prosecutors, as a scandal over the power and influence of a close personal friend of hers engulfs the government......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 4th, 2016

The Wall Street Journal: Top aides to South Korea president resign amid scandal

South Korea’s president has accepted the resignation of her chief of staff and four other senior aides, as her administration seeks to tamp down a public outcry over the influence of a friend of hers in state affairs......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchOct 31st, 2016

The Wall Street Journal: South Koreans turn out in high numbers to vote for new president

Moon Jae-in, a longtime opposition leader who favors closer ties with the North and China and a more cautious approach to U.S. relations, is expected to replace the impeached conservative President Park Geun-hye......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMay 9th, 2017

Samsung joins the self-driving car race as it preps for testing in South Korea

South Korean regulatory authorities have cleared Samsung to begin testing its self-driving vehicle tech in the country, reports The Wall Street Journal......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralMay 3rd, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Jim DeMint ousted from top post at Heritage Foundation

Jim DeMint was ousted Tuesday as president of the Heritage Foundation after the influential conservative think tank’s board of directors unanimously voted to seek his resignation.....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMay 2nd, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Contradicting Trump, McMaster says U.S. will pay for South Korean Thaad deployment

White House national-security chief Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster told his South Korea.....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 30th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Trump urges U.N. to ‘solve the problem’ of North Korea’s weapons program

President Donald Trump said the United Nations Security Council must adopt new and stronger sanctions on North Korea, telling visiting U.N. diplomats that “it’s time to solve the problem” posed by the country’s nuclear-weapons program......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 25th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Peace with North Korea remains possible thanks to China, Pence says

A peaceful end to growing tensions over North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic-missile ambitions remains possible thanks to China, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday in Australia......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 22nd, 2017

South Korea charges Park, Lotte chief with bribery

Prosecutors accused ousted president Park Geun-hye of colluding with her friend Choi Soon-sil to receive 7 billion won from Lotte for favours......»»

Category: topSource: thehindubusinesslineApr 17th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Trump says U.S. will respond to North Korea itself if China doesn’t act

President Donald Trump has signed off on a policy approach to North Korea that involves increased economic and political pressure while military options remain under consideration longer term, a senior U.S. official said......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 12th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: China wants a peaceful solution to North Korea threat, Xi tells Trump

As the U.S. presses China for more action to blunt the threat from North Korea, Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke by phone with his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump and reiterated that China hopes for a peaceful solution of the issue......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 12th, 2017