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Topic - Lee Kun-Hee
Samsung Electronics Co. Chairman Lee Kun-hee remained hospitalized in stable condition Monday after being treated for a heart attack, company officials said.
The chairman of Samsung Electronics has kept his fortune and control of the Samsung conglomerate after a South Korean court Friday ruled against his older brother in an inheritance battle.
A South Korean court is expected to rule Friday on an inheritance battle that has rocked the powerful Samsung conglomerate.
A feud over the riches of South Korea's Samsung business empire has erupted in public as family members prepare to take an inheritance battle to court.
Allegations of multibillion-dollar fraud at banks and revelations by South Korea's top business conglomerate of shady dealings are forcing the country to grapple anew with a legacy of deep-seated corruption.
The chairman of Samsung Electronics said Wednesday his son will be promoted to a more powerful executive position, preparing the global technology giant for an eventual change in leadership.
Lee Kun-hee, 68, said last month that his son was set to move up the ranks.