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Lee Sang-hoon, the chairman of Samsung Electronics’ board, has resigned from his role. Just under two months ago he was found guilty of union sabotage, and was sentenced to 18 months in jail.Amidst continued scandals for the company’s heir.

Samsung Electronics board chairman resigns after being jailed for union sabotage - The Verge

Lee Sang-hoon has quit as the chairman of Samsung's board and will be replaced in the near future.Lee Sang-hoon has quit as the chairman of Samsung's board and will be replaced in the near future.

Samsung's jailed board chairman resigns in wake of conviction - CNET

Lee Sang-hoon is stepping down from his position as chairman of Samsung Electronics' board. According to Reuters, the company will be appointing a successor soo...Lee Sang-hoon is stepping down from his position as chairman of Samsung Electronics' board. According to Reuters, the company will be appointing a successor soo...

Samsung's jailed union-busting chairman steps down | Engadget

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The resignation comes less than two years after Lee's appointment split the chairman and chief executive roles for the first time in an effort to enhance transparency and independence of the world's top memory chip manufacturer in the wake of a corruption scandal involving group heir Jay Y. Lee.The resignation comes less than two years after Lee's appointment split the chairman and chief executive roles for the first time in an effort to enhance transparency and independence of the world's top memory chip manufacturer in the wake of a corruption scandal involving group heir Jay Y. Lee.

Samsung Electronics's jailed board chairman quits - Moneycontrol.com

Samsung Electronics said on Friday that board chairman Lee Sang-hoon, who was sentenced to jail in December for sabotaging union activities, had offered to resign, without elaborating on a reason.

Samsung Electronics board chairman jailed for union-busting activities offers to resign

Samsung Electronics <005930.KS> said on Friday that board chairman Lee Sang-hoon, who was sentenced to jail in December for sabotaging union activities, had offered to resign, without elaborating on a reason.Samsung Electronics <005930.KS> said on Friday that board chairman Lee Sang-hoon...

Samsung Electronics board chairman jailed for union-busting activities offers to resign - Reuters

SEOUL (REUTERS) - Samsung Electronics said on Friday (Feb 14) that board chairman Lee Sang-hoon, who was sentenced to jail in December for sabotaging union activities, had offered to resign, without elaborating on a reason.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Companies & Markets News -SEOUL (REUTERS) - Samsung Electronics said on Friday (Feb 14) that board chairman Lee Sang-hoon, who was sentenced to jail in December for sabotaging union activities, had

Samsung chairman jailed for union-busting activities offers to resign, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Samsung Electronics said on Friday that Lee Sang-hoon, the chairman of its board, had offered to resign, without elaborating on a reason.Samsung Electronics said on Friday that Lee Sang-hoon, the chairman of its board, had offered to resign, without elaborating on a reason.

Samsung's jailed board chairman quits - CNA

In December, a South Korean court had sentenced Lee to 1-1/2-years in jail for sabotaging legitimate union activities.In December, a South Korean court had sentenced Lee to 1-1/2-years in jail for sabotaging legitimate union activities.

Samsung Elec says its board chairman offers to resign - The Economic Times