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Samsung executive paid US$12.3 mln in 1H

Samsung executive paid US$12.3 mln in 1H

Seoul - Kwon Oh-hyun,vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, was paid some US$12.3 million in the first half of the year, and set to become once again the country’s highest-paid corporate executive of the year, data showed on Monday. Kwon is in charge of Samsung’s semiconductor and display unit

Traceability to protect “Made in Italy” brand

Traceability to protect “Made in Italy” brand

Rome - When you speak with those who carry out the food inspections,the answer is always the same: if the product is Italian you can be sure. Of course, there is always an exception, one finds producers who do things that are wrong, but it is precisely that, an exception to the rule

Accounts positive for ERG

Accounts positive for ERG

Genova - ERG closed the first half of 2017 with a growth in profits, and its shares experienced some appreciation, as the company is putting the finishing touches on the sale of its 51% stake in TotalErg, thus shedding the company’s last fuel oil related business

Cyber threats prompt return of radio for ship navigation
India has a new super-submarine

India has a new super-submarine

New Delhi - Watch out China, India has a deadly new weapon. After years of delay, India’s navy is preparing to take delivery of one of the world’s stealthiest and deadliest fighting tools: the “INS Kalvari”, an attack submarine named after a deep-sea tiger shark

Ericsson layoffs rise to 55: new strike in Genoa / VIDEO
Swiss test new public transport ticketing app

Swiss test new public transport ticketing app

Zurich - Travellers in Switzerland will soon be able to access the entire public transport system using electronic tickets distributed via a new smartphone app with payment taken at the conclusion of the journey under the post-price ticketing (PPT) system.

Royal Caribbean Cruises to install NAVTOR NavBox across entire fleet

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