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Samsung CEO resigns over 'unprecedented crisis'
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Samsung CEO Kwon Oh-hyun announced Oct. 13 he would be stepping down after what he called an “unprecedented crisis.” The company's de facto chief, Jae Y. Lee, was recently arrested and convicted on bribery charges.
Samsung CEO Kwon Oh-hyun announced Oct. 13 he would be stepping down after what he called an “unprecedented crisis.” The company's de facto chief, Jae Y. Lee, was recently arrested and convicted on bribery charges.
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