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Amazing photo of a giant bow hanging over a giant ship

4 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co.—of South Korea—is one of the largest ship manufacturers in the world. Along with Samsung, they build the largest ships in the world too. It just seems amazing to me humans can build vehicles at this scale. Imagine when we start building interstellar ships in space. Read more...

North Korea calls Obama a 'monkey,' blames U.S. for shutting down Internet

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea called President Barack Obama "a monkey" and blamed the U.S. on Saturday for shutting down its Internet amid the hacking row over the comedy The Interview. The country's internet was down for nine hours...Show More Summary

N. Korea blames U.S. for Internet outages, insults Obama

6 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea called President Barack Obama "a monkey" and blamed the U.S. on Saturday for shutting down its Internet amid the hacking row over the comedy "The Interview."

CSCL’s Second 19,100 TEU Giant Named and Delivered in South Korea

18 hours agoVehicles / Watercraft : gCaptain

The second installment of the new world's largest containership by TEU capacity, CSCL Pacific Ocean, has officially been named and delivered by the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in South Korea. The post CSCL’s Second 19,100 TEU Giant Named and Delivered in South Korea appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

U.S. to share North Korea intel with South Korea, Japan

The U.S. will sign a joint intelligence-sharing pact with South Korea and Japan next week, officials told The Associated Press on Friday. The U.S. already swaps intelligence with both nations, but under the new agreement, South Korea and Japan would be able to share information on North Korea's nuclear and missile programs via the U.S. Show More Summary

Uber CEO indicted in South Korea for violating transport laws

Uber's CEO in South Korea faces charges that could carry a sentence of up to two years in prison and a maximum fine of 20 million won - equivalent to approximately $18,000. The prosecutor's office, however, is not expected to make any arrests connected to the indictment. Show More Summary

US, allies reach agreement on North Korea intelligence pact

22 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

The United States, Japan and South Korea have agreed a rare trilateral military arrangement on intelligence sharing about North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes, officials said on Friday. The deal, which is to be signed on Monday according to South Korea’s defence ministry, comes...

Pups dodge death, head to NYC

Four dogs who were saved from the frying pan in South Korea are heading to New York City.

Uber CEO indicted in South Korea

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Indicted for Violating Local Transport Laws in South Korea http://t.co/bOan8oKjZy pic.twitter.com/wmbWtzLmPR — Slate (@Slate) December 24, 2014

Things get worse for 'nut rage' exec

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean prosecutors are seeking to arrest the former executive at Korean Air Lines Co. who forced a flight to return over a bag of macadamia nuts and a current executive for attempts to cover up the "nut rage" case.

S. Korean prosecutors to arrest 'nut rage' official

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean prosecutors are seeking to arrest the former executive at Korean Air Lines Co. who forced a flight to return over a bag of macadamia nuts and a current executive for attempts to cover up the "nut rage" case.

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un sends letter to Hyundai’s chairwoman

Top leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong Un on Thursday sent letters of thanks respectively to Lee Hee-ho, wife of South Korea’s late President Kim Dae-jung, and to Hyun Jeong-eun, chairwoman of South Korea’s Hyundai Group, the official KCNA news agency reported Wednesday. Kim expressed his thanks to them for […]

Adding to woes, Uber's CEO indicted in South Korea

Travis Kalanick is a wanted man in the Asian country, which charged him with illegal taxi operations

South Korea Indicts Uber CEO

Uber's legal troubles continue, and this time, the CEO himself is in hot water, Engadget reports. South Korea has indicted Travis Kalanick for allegedly running an illegal taxi service, Yonhap reports, and his charge could lead to a two-year jail sentence or an $18,000 fine. Along with the head...

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick indicted in South Korea under transport law

Prosecutors in South Korea charged Uber Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Travis Kalanick and the head of its domestic business partner MK Korea Co. with violating a transportation law.

Uber C.E.O. Charged with Violating South Korea Transport Laws

2 days agoTechnology : Bits

Seoul prosecutors indicted Travis Kalanick, the ride booking company's chief executive, as well as its local unit and car-rental partner, for violating taxi licensing laws.

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick indicted in South Korea under transport law

Prosecutors in South Korea charged Uber Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Travis Kalanick and the head of its domestic business partner MK Korea Co. with violating a transportation law.

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Indicted In South Korea

Seoul officials have found Uber and its Korean business partner in violation of local transportation laws. Uber's aggressive expansion into Asia has hit a roadblock in South Korea: CEO Travis Kalanick and the head of its partner business in the country, MK Korea Co., have been indicted there. Read Full Story

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