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Galaxy Note 7 Death to Cost Samsung Close to $3 Billion Over Next Two Quarters

What’s the expected fallout from the Galaxy Note 7 on Samsung’s books? Oh, in the “mid-trillion Won” over the next two quarters, according to Samsung, which translates to a cool $3 billion or so.  What will it do to try and reduce or ease some strain there? Expand sales of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy […] Galaxy Note 7 Death to Cost Samsung Close to $3 Billion Over Next Two Quarters is a pos
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