Samsung chairman Lee Kun-Hee has won a lawsuit against his brother and sister to keep control of the electronics leviathan. The victory in a battle over stock ownership means Lee, son of Samsung founder Lee Byung-Chull, will keep $3.7bn (£2.5n) in Sammy shares: a controlling stake in the company. The chairman faced three …
Samsung chairman Lee Kun-Hee has won a lawsuit against his brother and sister to keep control of the electronics leviathan
Normally, we just make snide remarks over xmas dinner until someone storms out crying and the last one sitting at the table is the one who gets the last portion of cake. But hey ho, each to their own.
Didn't even read the article - but had to post a kudos for the alliteration overload in the title.
it's only the first of February and we have a firm favourite for Best Alliterative Headline of 2013 !!!
Good to see it's appreciated!
Ditto. If only they could have fitted "squabbling" in there too (to go with squillionaire) it would have been perfect.
Just the usual...
Shamsung shenanigans then!
They do like suing don't they? They should just rename it Samsuing.
I wonder if power struggles in North Korea are this bloody
Reading the article, you would think this guy is the king of South Korea.
Re: I wonder if power struggles in North Korea are this bloody
When you pretty much own samsung, you probably are.
And all through an amusement park. Hilarious.
Everland being the amusement park....
Pint coz yes...they have pubs on site.
Given the sisters name and the value of the shares my title would have been "Samsung - Sook-Hee Sook-Hee $3.7 billliiion Dollars!!"
He got a presidential pardon FFS after being convicted of fraud.
What chance did his siblings have of getting any money out of him, clearly he's got friends in high places.
Korean version of Steve Jobs?
Am I seeing a pattern here? Steve Jobs hid the Atari bonus from Steve Wozniak and Lee Kun-Hee hid stock shares from his siblings.
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