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South Korea lifts court TV ban ahead of Park Geun-Hye sentencing

South Korea's Supreme Court on Tuesday lifted a ban on the filming of trials, opening the possibility of live TV coverage of the sentencing of disgraced president Park Geun-Hye and Samsung heir Lee..
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

Park Geun-Hye refuses order to testify in Samsung heir&#039;s trial

South Korea's disgraced former president Park Geun-Hye on Wednesday again refused to testify in the corruption trial of the heir to the Samsung business empire, citing poor health.
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

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News video: Samsung heir to be indicted on bribery charges

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Prosecutors in South Korea say they have charged Samsung group chief Jay Y. Lee with bribery and embezzlement. The 48-year-old was arrested in connection with a corruption scandal that has reached the..
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News video: South Korean President Removed Amid Growing Samsung Scandal

South Korean President Removed Amid Growing Samsung Scandal 00:54

South Korea's President Park Geun-hye has been removed from office amid an ever growing Samsung bribery scandal that has engulfed South Korea in political turmoil. Two people died in protests that..
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News video: Dow Sits at Record Highs as Investors Await President's Speech

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average will try for 13 straight record setting sessions. The blue chips are on the longest record setting streak in 30 years. Investors are waiting for President Trump's..
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News video: US military spending, Samsung heir

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News video: Corruption Probe Encircles Samsung Heir Lee Jae-yong

Corruption Probe Encircles Samsung Heir Lee Jae-yong 02:49

Lee Jae-yong, Samsung's de facto chief, spent years burnishing his image as a modernizer at one of South Korea’s most hierarchical firms. He now finds himself at the center of a decidedly old-school..
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Samsung heir refuses to testify at former South Korea president Park's trial

Samsung Electronics heir Jay Y. Lee has refused to testify at the bribery trial of former President Park Geun-hye, arguing that doing so risked affecting his own corruption hearing.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeIrish Times

His Kingdom for a Horse: Samsung Heir's Trial Hinges on an Equestrian Deal

An $18.6 million equestrian agreement Samsung signed two years ago to fund a company in Germany becomes the focus of the trial over Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong’s role in a corruption scandal that led..
Wall Street Journal

Samsung Heir's Trial Rides on Alleged Horse-Trading Deal

An $18.6 million equestrian agreement Samsung signed two years ago to fund a company in Germany becomes the focus of the trial over Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong’s role in a corruption scandal that led..
Wall Street Journal

S. Korea’s ex-health minister guilty of swaying Samsung vote

The ruling is among the first on key players in the corruption scandals that ensnared the country’s ousted president and Samsung’s heir.
USATODAY.com

Samsung shrugged off the Galaxy Note 7 debacle and a corruption scandal to post its best quarterly profit in 3 years (SSNLF)

samsung shrugged off the galaxy note 7 debacle and a corruption scandal to post its best quarterly profit in 3 years (ssnlf)
Strong memory chip earnings propelled tech giant Samsung Electronics to its best quarterly profit in more than three years, the South Korean firm said on Thursday as it announced its first-quarter..
Business Insider

Fin24.com | Samsung heir's trial homes in on 5 minutes with Ex-President

South Korean prosecutors pursuing bribery charges against Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee zeroed in on a five-minute chat with the country’s president as the start of a relationship that put both behind..
News24

European Stocks, Futures Rebound As Stronger Dollar Eases Haven Demand

european stocks, futures rebound as stronger dollar eases haven demand
European stocks rebounded after the biggest one-day drop since November, alongside S&P futures, while Asian equities posted modest declines after yesterday's weak US close. Gold and yen slid, while the..
Zero Hedge

Indicted Samsung Heir Leaves Board of Fiat Chrysler's Holding Company

Lee Jae-yong, the 48-year-old vice chairman of Samsung Electronics Co. and the grandson of that company’s founder, and three other Exor outside directors weren’t reappointed to the board.
Wall Street Journal

Samsung Heir Takes Center Stage in South Korea's 'Trial of the Century'

Lee Jae-yong, the de facto head of the Samsung conglomerate, faces charges including bribery and perjury in a corruption scandal involving former South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
Wall Street Journal

Trial of Samsung Heir Focuses on Father-to-son Succession

The scion of South Korea's Samsung business empire, Lee Jae-yong, appeared in court Friday to face trial for bribery and other charges.Lee sat quietly and did not speak as South Korean prosecutors..
Newsmax

South Korean Prosecutors Present Case Against Samsung Heir

south korean prosecutors present case against samsung heir
The scion of South Korea’s Samsung business empire, Lee Jae-yong, appeared in court Friday to face trial for bribery and other charges. Lee sat quietly and did not speak as South Korean prosecutors..
WorldNews Also reported by •VOA News

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