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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

NYTimes.com: Raising the Bar at Samsung

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Thirty-seven years ago, 36 employees began assembling electric fans in a small workshop in this city, just south of Seoul. That company was Samsung Electronics, and it is now the world's largest and most profitable consumer electronics company. Its 123,000 employees make a range of products as diverse as cellphones and flat-panel televisions, washing machines and vacuum cleaners. Samsung Electronics offers a wide range of appliances and digital devices. A refrigerator with a tablet PC.

TECHNOLOGY | April 25, 2006
Raising the Bar at Samsung
By MARTIN FACKLER
Starting 37 years ago with a few dozen employees assembling electric fans in a small workshop, Samsung is now the world's largest consumer electronics company.



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