SEOUL, South Korea— LG Electronics Inc. said Thursday its second-quarter net income jumped 19 percent thanks to strong sales of high-end TVs and home appliances that outweighed another quarterly loss in its handset business. Its April-June earnings came in at 268.51 billion won, on sales of 14 trillion won. LG said its TV and home appliance divisions reported... » Read More
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