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Samsung Cannot Kill Its Galaxy Note 7 Nightmare

The first reports of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery issue surfaced in late August. We are now comfortably into October, and not only is the issue still being talked about in the world's press, but every week seems to add another layer of pain for the South Korean company.
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