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[INTERVIEW] Ecolab helps Korean partners profit from ESG management
Concerns are growing recently that management focusing on environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) factors is losing steam globally, as the lingering inflation and high-interest rates have caused uncertainties in the business environment.
DL, SPC chiefs apologize for worker deaths under poor labor conditions
The chairmen of DL and SPC groups vowed, Friday, to enhance safety measures to prevent fatal industrial accidents, apologizing for a series of worker deaths involving their companies.
Nexon workers in conflict with umbrella union over stance on feminism
Unionized workers at Nexon indicated their intention to leave the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU), as the umbrella union supported feminists who condemned the company for its countermeasures against a controversial hand gesture spotted in promotional videos for its games, according to industry officials, Friday.
Feud deepens between Kakao executives over internal overhaul
Kakao’s ongoing efforts to reform its management have developed into an internal conflict between executives, worsening public sentiment toward the IT firm, which is facing its biggest crisis since foundation, according to industry officials, Thursday.
Will Hanwha Q Cells desert Korean market?
Hanwha Solutions Q Cells Division has decided to close one of its two solar module plants in Korea by Dec. 17, following its first-ever voluntary redundancy program to reduce manufacturing jobs here, the company said Thursday.
Saudi Expo win puts Korean firms in line for contracts
All-out efforts for Busan to host the World Expo 2030 could not bear fruit, but the result made it much easier for Korean companies to join NEOM and other mega-size projects led by Saudi Arabia, according to industry officials, Wednesday.
For post-war reconstruction of Ukraine
Hyundai Elevator Managing Director of Global Sales Division Cho Cheol-ho, right, shakes hands with Erbud Vice President Jacek Leczkowski in Warsaw, Tuesday (local time), after signing a memorandum of understanding regarding the Korean elevator maker's cooperation with the Polish construction company for the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine. Courtesy of Hyundai Elevator
Korea, US diplomats confident about solid ties with Japan after elections
The trilateral diplomatic and economic relationship between Korea, the U.S. and Japan must be sustained even after their forthcoming elections next year, senior diplomats of Korea and the U.S. said Tuesday.
For stable supply of animal feed ingredients
POSCO International Chief Officer of Global Business Unit Lee Kye-in, fourth from left, and NongHyup Feed CEO Kim Gyeong-su, fifth from left, pose at POSCO Center in Seoul, Monday, after signing an agreement to cooperate for stable supply of imported animal feed ingredients. Courtesy of POSCO International
Kakao founder vows to tighten internal control amid series of scandals
Kakao founder Kim Beom-su urged the CEOs of its affiliates to be wary of lax management during their fifth emergency meeting on Monday, although he is said to have not mentioned plans for a personnel reshuffle this time.
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