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LG, Sharp, Chunghwa admit to LCD price fixing

Justice Department antitrust regulators hit the companies with fines adding up to $585 million, in connection with a flat-panel price-fixing scheme.

By November 12, 2008


Foxconn makes 4G play with $390M stake in Taiwan telecom

Apple supplier Foxconn plans to secure a roughly 15% stake in Asia Pacific Telecom as it expands to 4G communications.

By May 27, 2014


Mozilla's $25 Firefox OS phones look to score in India

The alternative to Android and iOS is geared for low-budget markets, and it's about to hit one of the biggest in the world. Will that price tag light a fire?

By June 11, 2014


Samsung, LG fined $35 million over alleged price fixing

Chinese government levies fines against both companies and four other display makers for reportedly rigging the prices of display panels.

By January 4, 2013


South Korea fines six LCD makers for price fixing

Seoul's antitrust watchdog finds the cartel held secret meetings to artificially inflate prices for flat-screen monitors.

By October 31, 2011


EU hits Philips, LG, Samsung, others with $1.9B antitrust fine

European regulators impose massive penalties on a series of TV and display makers for "cartel" activity affecting now-outmoded CRT products.

By December 5, 2012


TV price fixing in Europe: companies hit with AU$1.8bn fine

LG, Panasonic, Samsung and more have found themselves in hot water over cathode ray tube price fixing for TVs and monitors.

By December 5, 2012


Hitachi exec indicted in LCD price-fixing scheme

Sakae Someya is the eighth person charged in the scandal involving fixing the price of LCD screens sold to Dell.

By March 31, 2009


LCD makers fined $388 million for alleged price fixing

Samsung, Sharp, and several other companies were included in the class-action lawsuit, which alleges the companies drove up prices on LCDs sold between 1999 and 2006.

By December 7, 2011


EU fines LCD makers for 'price fixing cartel'

Six LCD panel makers, including LG Display, are hit with total fines of about $856 million. Samsung was also cited, but was immune from fines for having been "first to provide information" on the group.

By December 8, 2010