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Here’s the presentation a hedge fund billionaire is using to attack the Samsung family dynasty

Paul Singer, the billionaire founder of Elliott Management, is ramping up his feud with the most powerful family in South Korea, the Lees. They own Samsung. In letter to investors filed on Wednesday Singer outlined what he sees are problems at Samsung Electronics, the crown jewel of the family business. He thinks the cell phone maker is undervalued by almost every measure — price-to-book value, price-to-earnings, what have you.
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