Samsung's leader Lee Jae-yong was released on parole on Friday.
Samsung’s leader Lee Jae-yong will be placed under probation after he is released on parole this week, the Ministry of Justice announced Wednesday.
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong will face hurdles resuming his role at the tech giant after getting out of jail on Friday -- like other jailed chaebol chiefs before him.
Justice Minister Park Beom-kye said Tuesday that he has no plan to lift the legal restrictions that bar Samsung’s leader Lee Jae-yong from returning to helm of the nation’s largest conglomerate after he is released on parole this week.
Samsung's jailed leader Lee Jae-yong will be released on parole this week, the Ministry of Justice said Monday. "Economic hardship, triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, was considered in our decision to release him on parole,"...
Samsung’s jailed leader Lee Jae-yong has been included on a list of possible parolees, fueling speculation that he will be sprung next month.
Five Samsung companies have been fined 234.9 billion won by the FTC for engaging in a transfer-pricing scheme which may have played a role in one of the most consequential restructurings in Korean business history.
Top members of the administration and ruling party are hinting that Samsung’s jailed leader, Lee Jae-yong, could be freed on parole.
President Moon Jae-in said he was aware of the difficulties caused by the absence of leadership at the country’s top conglomerate Samsung Electronics when executives from the four largest chaebol asked for a special pardon for...
Korea’s business lobbying groups continued to push for the pardon of Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong on Thursday, a day after the issue was brought up during a meeting between President Moon and the heads of top four conglomerates.