At Kia, Demoted for His Own Good
At most companies, a decision by shareholders to strip a chief executive officer of his title would be a humiliating blow to the outgoing executive. That's not necessarily the case in South Korea, even when it appears to be a demotion for the scion of a founding family of the chaebol, the sprawling industrial conglomerate.
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