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Lee Kun-Hee, chairman of Samsung, dead at 78

Lee Kun-Hee, chairman of Samsung, dead at 78

Lee Kun-Hee, the Samsung Electronics chairman who transformed the small YV maker into a global giant of consumer electronics, died on Sunday. He was 78. Samsung didn’t announce the cause of death, but Lee had been hospitalized since May 2014 after suffering a heart attack. South Korean President Moon Jae-in paid condolence, calling the late tycoon ’a symbol of South Korea’s business world.’

Kathy
Kathy
Krešimir T.
Krešimir T. 0 months

So first news is about death of Samsung's chairman, second is about SecretLab new chair, third is about someone sparking violence 5 months ago during protests and fourth one is about how so many people shouldn't have died "from" (I read it as with) COVID-19. So, what is the focus point of this one? :)

Doug
Doug 0 months

So which one of his relatives is going to take control? All those SK corporations are nepotism farms.

Ingram
Ingram 0 months

He probably died ages ago. They've just decided to produce a body smelling of formaldehyde. They have to give 60% of the stock price of their empire to the government in cash when he dies. But if you flood the market with 60% of a massive company the increased supply will decrease the price. It's not even guaranteed the can pay it off in a timely fashion.

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