Table: The Rise and Fall of Wilfred Y. Horie

JAN. 2000

Newbridge Capital appoints Horie CEO of Korea First

NOV. 2000

Horie lends Hynix Semiconductor $77 million

DEC. 2000

Korea First posts $235 million net profit after $773 million 1999 loss

JAN. 2001

Horie famously rejects government demands to lend to ailing chaebol

MAR. 2001

Korea First agrees to roll over Hynix loans

SEPT. 2001

Other Hynix creditors reject new loans

OCT. 2001

Newbridge replaces Horie with Robert A. Cohen

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