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Samsung chief announces shock exit as company forecasts record profit


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Audio firm Harman aims for sales boost, new deals after Samsung takeover

BERLIN (Reuters) - Audio specialist Harman International wants to nearly treble annual sales by 2025 by partnering with tech groups such as Amazon , Google and Microsoft , as well as its new owner,..
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News video: Samsung boss Lee faces 12 years behind bars

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South Korean prosecutors have announced they're seeking a 12-year prison sentence for Samsung chief Jay Y Lee, a figure at the heart a major national scandal. Graham Mackay reports.
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News video: Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee Arrives In Court For Closing Arguments In Bribery Trial

Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee Arrives In Court For Closing Arguments In Bribery Trial 00:37

Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee arrived at Seoul District Court on August 7 for closing arguments in his bribery trial. Lee, 49, has been in detention since February, and on trial for..
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News video: Korea at a turning point

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Democratic boost after arrest of former president and Samsung chief
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News video: Samsung boss can still pull the strings from prison

Samsung boss can still pull the strings from prison 01:04

Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee may be in a jail cell, but he's allowed plenty of visitors, which could allow him play a key role in corporate decision-making from behind bars. Ryan Brooks reports.
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News video: S. Korean prosecutors say Park Geun-hye colluded for Samsung bribe

S. Korean prosecutors say Park Geun-hye colluded for Samsung bribe 01:21

The South Korean special prosecutors office says President Park Geun-hye colluded with her friend Choi Soon-sil to receive bribes from Samsung Group, meant to cement Samsung Chief Jay Y. Lee's control..
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The Latest: Analyst doubts Samsung scandal will hurt phones

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The Latest on the bribery case involving the heir to the Samsung empire (all times local): 4:05 a.m. Saturday A technology analyst doubts the imprisonment of Samsung's..
SeattlePI.com

Samsung chief gets 5-year prison term for corruption

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Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee given five year sentence for role in South Korean corruption scandal

Jay Y. Lee, the head of the Samsung Group, has been sentenced to 5 years in jail by a South Korean court after a six-month trial, convicted for bribery and other charges relating to a national scandal..
AppleInsider

Q&A: Samsung chief is jailed. Here's what you need to know.

Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong, the de facto leader of South Korea's most successful business group, was sentenced Friday to 5 years prison for offering bribes and other crimes.
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Supporters of ousted South Korea leader outraged over jail for Samsung chief

Hundreds of diehard supporters of ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye reacted with outrage on Friday after Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee was found guilty of bribing Park, and they vowed to..
DNA

The Wall Street Journal: Samsung chief Lee Jae-yong found guilty of bribery, sentenced to 5 years in jail


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