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Samsung chief Lee Jae-Yong on trial for bribery  The trial of Samsung's de facto head Lee Jae-Yong on a string of corruption charges including bribery and embezzlement has begun in South Korea   South Korean firms face rare corruption hearing  South Korean lawmakers are questioning leaders of the country's biggest businesses in a rare televised hearing as part of a huge corruption inquiry Former Korean Air executive arrested over 'nut rage' incident Map of Seoul South Korea  Cho Hyun-ah arrested for endangering safety by delaying a plane because her macadamia nuts were not served the way she wanted Korean Air executive 'made steward bow over nut rage'   A cabin crew chief says he was forced to kneel and ask forgiveness by the daughter of Korean Air's chairman, before being ordered off a flight Korean Air chair apologies over daughter's nut rage
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Samsung Electronics CEO resigns
Samsung heir freed from S Korea jail
Feb.4
  ee Jae-yong has been freed from jail after a South Korean court suspended his five year jail term for bribing the country's ex-president


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Oct.12
  Kwon Oh-hyun has resigned citing an '"unprecedented crisis'. The heir of the entire Samsung Group was imprisoned for corruption in August

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Dec.5


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Dec.30
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Dec.11
  Cho Yang-ho apologized for the behavior of his adult daughter who delayed a flight in an incident now dubbed 'nut rage'
May.7   South Korea ferry company chief detained
  Prosecutors have detained Kim Han-sik, Chief executive of Chonghaejin Marine, that owned the ferry that sank last month


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Jul.15 Ex-Samsung boss convicted
  A court convicted Lee Kun-hee on for evading taxes and fined him 110 billion won ($109 million), but said his crimes did not justify a prison
Apr.21 Samsung chief resigns from post
  Lee Kun-hee has quit after he was charged with tax evasion and breach of trust


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