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Hotel Shilla chief likely to be questioned in 2nd half The police are not likely to summon Hotel Shilla CEO Lee Boo-jin in the first half of this year regarding suspicions that she took an addictive drug for non-medical purposes...
Samsung heiress investigated for suspected drug use It took a full year for the police to summon Hotel Shilla CEO Lee Boo-jin to look into the suspicions that she took an addictive drug for non-medical purposes a few years ago. The...
Vice Chairman Lee warns of crisis Samsung Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong, the de facto chief of Korea’s leading conglomerate, sounds like his bed-ridden father, Chairman Lee Kun-hee, in requesting a “sense of crisis.” Samsung Electronics said June 16 that Vice Chairman...
Desk column: Time-honored chaebol system draws wide attention Instead of his bed-ridden father, Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong is practically leading the country’s largest conglomerate, Samsung Group. And people would have believed that his 20-year-old only son would eventually take...
Good relationship between Samsung and gov't may affect court ruling: observers The Supreme Court is expected to make a decision on Samsung Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong, the de-facto chief of Korea’s biggest business conglomerate this month. After wrapping up hearings on...
Hanwha heir punished for drug use One of the most-read stories of last month was about Hotel Shilla CEO Lee Boo-jin, who is accused of having taken an addictive drug of propofol, which cannot be administered for recreational purposes. A former...
Lack of evidence prompts police to wrap up investigation Police said last week that they had wrapped up a probe into allegations that Hotel Shilla CEO Lee Boo-jin illegally took an addictive drug called propofol, due to lack of evidence. The...
Can Lee Jae-yong head Samsung right away? Released no parole early Aug. 13 after seven months behind bars, Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong moved to the head office of the world’s largest maker of semiconductors and smartphones. This causes controversies...
Prosecutors keep raiding Samsung units Employees tend to envy CEOs who can hire and fire them. Along the same line, CEOs in Korea envy tycoons who rule family-controlled conglomerates despite small direct shareholding. Instead of shareholders, tycoons appoint and sack CEOs...
US bizpeople asks for closer semiconductor cooperation between US and Korea The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea (AMCHAM) said on May 20 that it asked the presidential office to release Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong, who was imprisoned...

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