Apple Korea’s French-Korean GM leaves post mysteriouslyDominique Oh, Apple Korea’s general manager, stepped down earlier this month citing “personal reasons,” industry sources said yesterday.
The French-Korean executive took the helm at Apple Korea in April last year after retiring as a corporate vice president at LG Electronics in February.
Apple Korea refused to comment on the reason for Oh’s departure. His post remains empty.
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