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Samsung should be split up, says major US hedge fund

Elliott Associates, a big US hedge fund, lost a shareholder proxy battle against the Samsung Group last year as it sought to restructure the conglomerate. It lost against Samsung’s founding Lee family after a long and bitter public shareholder proxy war which lasted for several months, however, Samsung management said it would follow through on some of the governance measures suggested by the.
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