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Samsung offers financial incentives to stem Note 7 bleeding

Samsung Electronics on Thursday offered refunds or financial incentives for U.S. and South Korea customers who exchange Note 7s for other products, as the tech giant scrambles to shore up its reputation after a damaging phone safety crisis. The world's largest phone maker is also expanding a U.S. recall of the fire-prone model to a total 1.9 million Note 7 phones, which includes the 1 million.
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