Korea's Chaebol: So Much For Reform
At 10 p.m. on July 7, Hyundai Electronics Industries Co. finally got its deal. The Korean chipmaker formally acquired rival LG Semicon for $5.4 billion, after more than a year of political intrigue and clan rivalry. The result: the world's biggest maker of memory chips.
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