Samsung India likely to cut about 1,000 jobs by March

With an aim to right-size the company while improving efficiency and productivity, Samsung Electronics is likely to cut as many as 750-1000 of it staffs in India by March 2016.

Samsung India to focus on domestic market

Samsung India to focus on domestic market

Despite an export-ready factory at Noida for smartphones, Samsung India now wants to focus on the domestic market, where it is growing faster than the overall industry, anticipating a surge in demand for 4G devices in the near term, a top company official has said.

Samsung keen to set up $100 million unit in Telangana: KCR

South Korean electronics major Samsung has evinced interest in setting up a manufacturing facility with an investment outlay of USD 100 million in Telangana, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Wednesday said.

Tandoori microwaves help Samsung woo India, counter global dip

Samsung has been in India for two decades.

Samsung launches four new Galaxy series smartphones in India

Samsung India Tuesday announced the launch of four new mid-segment smartphones - Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, Galaxy E5 and Galaxy E7.

Top management changes in Samsung India, Zutshi retires

Korean consumer electronics major Samsung on Thursday announced top management changes in its Indian arm following the retirement of its Deputy Managing Director Ravinder Zutshi after serving the company for 19 years.

Samsung CFO Goel to quit after 17 years of service

Samsung India Thursday said its Chief Finance Officer Sunil Goel has decided to leave the company after serving 17 years.

Samsung launches 3 new smartphones to expand affordable range

Handset maker Samsung Electronics on Thursday announced launch of three new devices, priced below Rs 10,000, to expand its presence in the affordable smartphone market in India.

Samsung's Country Head of enterprise business resigns

Samsung India on Saturday said that its country head for enterprise business Sameer Garde has left the company.

Samsung India launches medical equipment under 'GEO' brand

The company has launched the new range of equipment under 'GEO' brand, Samsung India said in a statement.

Air conditioners makers make the most out of sizzling summer

Major manufacturers like LG India, Samsung India, Haier, and Whirpool said demand from smaller cities and towns have been one of the major growth drivers.

Samsung eyes up to 10% revenue from enterprise biz this year

Korean handset maker Samsung on Tuesday said it is targeting to garner up to 10 percent of revenues from enterprise business this year.

Samsung Galaxy S4 to be 'Made in India'

The Galaxy S4, which is packed with newer imaging features as well as 'gesture-control' technology, has a five-inch full HD super AMOLED touchscreen, 13 mega pixel rear and 2 mega pixel front camera and supports 3G networks.

Samsung appoints Dinesh Lodha as Country Manager for HME biz

Samsung India Friday said it has appointed Dinesh Lodha as the Country Manager for its Health and Medical Equipment business.

Samsung sets 50% growth target in refrigerators and AC mkt

The refrigerators come with a 10 year warranty offered for the first time in refrigerators, Samsung India Home-Appliance Business Head, Rajeev Bhutani said after launch of new range of refrigerators and air-conditioners.

Samsung India chief for mobile biz Ranjit Yadav quits

Yadav joined Samsung in 2008 when company's market share in Indian mobile phone market was around 6 percent, as per estimate of telecom magazine Voice and Data, which is now around 25 percent. Samsung claims it to be around 37 percent at present.

Samsung posts record Q1 profit of $5.15 billion

Samsung Electronics posted record quarterly profit of USD 5.15 billion, driven by booming sales of its smartphones and the Galaxy Note 'phablet'.

Samsung expects record operating profit for Q1

Samsung Electronics is expecting a record operating profit of USD 5.1 billion for the first quarter of this year.

Samsung plans aggressive push to India flat panel TV biz

Korean consumer electronics major Samsung on Sunday said it plans to aggressively push its flat panel TV business in India, a segment which is expected to touch 50 lakh units in the current year.

Samsung plans to make India export hub

After gaining in market share here, South Korean mobile handset maker Samsung is planning to make India an export hub and for supplying mobile phones to the Middle East and African countries soon.