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Samsung sees further $3 billion profit hit from Note 7 crisis

When replacement phones also started to combust, the company eventually decided to kill off the Note 7 for good

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Samsung said on Friday the crisis over its exploding Note 7 smartphones would cost another $3 billion-plus in lost profit over the next two quarters, but hoped expanded sales of its other flagship handset would help cushion the impact. The profit warning came two days after the South Korean electronics giant slashed its operating profit for the third quarter by $2.3 billion. After a recall problem with the large-sized Galaxy Note 7 turned into a full-blown crisis, Samsung announced earlier this week that it was scrapping the model entirely — a devastating move for a ...

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Samsung sees further $3 billion profit hit from Note 7 crisis

When replacement phones also started to combust, the company eventually decided to kill off the Note 7 for good

When replacement phones also started to combust, the company eventually decided to kill off the Note 7 for good Samsung said on Friday the crisis over its exploding Note 7 smartphones would cost another $3 billion-plus in lost profit over the next two quarters, but hoped expanded sales of its other flagship handset would help cushion the impact. The profit warning came two days after the South Korean electronics giant slashed its operating profit for the third quarter by $2.3 billion. After a recall problem with the large-sized Galaxy Note 7 turned into a full-blown crisis, Samsung announced earlier this week that it was scrapping the model entirely — a devastating move for a ... image
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Samsung sees further $3 billion profit hit from Note 7 crisis

When replacement phones also started to combust, the company eventually decided to kill off the Note 7 for good

Samsung said on Friday the crisis over its exploding Note 7 smartphones would cost another $3 billion-plus in lost profit over the next two quarters, but hoped expanded sales of its other flagship handset would help cushion the impact. The profit warning came two days after the South Korean electronics giant slashed its operating profit for the third quarter by $2.3 billion. After a recall problem with the large-sized Galaxy Note 7 turned into a full-blown crisis, Samsung announced earlier this week that it was scrapping the model entirely — a devastating move for a ...

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