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Samsung Electronics reportedly considering splitting up business

WorldNews Monday, 28 November 2016
Samsung Electronics reportedly considering splitting up business(Reuters) — South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd will consider splitting itself into two as proposed by U.S. activist hedge fund Elliott Management, Seoul Economic Daily reported on Monday citing an unnamed source. A split would allow the heirs of the founding Lee family to...
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