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Lee Kun Hee, chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., center, and Lee Boo Jin, chief executive officer of Hotel Shilla Co., left, arrive for a company meeting at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. Samsung Electronics' Lee urged employees to develop new businesses that can help the world’s largest maker of mobile phones and TVs fend off a slow global economy and increased competition. Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Lee Kun Hee, chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., center, and Lee Boo Jin, chief executive officer of Hotel Shilla Co., left, arrive for a company meeting at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. Samsung Electronics' Lee urged employees to develop new businesses that can help the world’s largest maker of mobile phones and TVs fend off a slow global economy and increased competition. Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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Lee Kun Hee, chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., right, and Lee Boo Jin, chief executive officer of Hotel Shilla Co., arrive for a company meeting at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. Samsung Electronics' Lee urged employees to develop new businesses that can help the world’s largest maker of mobile phones and TVs fend off a slow global economy and increased competition. Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Lee Kun Hee, chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., right, and Lee Boo Jin, chief executive officer of Hotel Shilla Co., arrive for a company meeting at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. Samsung Electronics' Lee urged employees to develop new businesses that can help the world’s largest maker of mobile phones and TVs fend off a slow global economy and increased competition. Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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Lee Kun Hee, chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., arrives for a company meeting at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. Lee urged employees to develop new businesses that can help the world’s largest maker of mobile phones and TVs fend off a slow global economy and increased competition. Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Lee Kun Hee, chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., arrives for a company meeting at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. Lee urged employees to develop new businesses that can help the world’s largest maker of mobile phones and TVs fend off a slow global economy and increased competition. Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - JULY 16: Former Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee leaves the Seoul Central District Court on July 16, 2008 in Seoul, South Korea. Lee received a three-year suspended prison sentence and a USD 109 million fine for tax evasion. However, Lee was cleared of charges that he oversaw nepotistic illegal trading, which would've transfered control of the company to his son. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - JULY 16:  Former Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee leaves the Seoul Central District Court on July 16, 2008 in Seoul, South Korea. Lee received a three-year suspended prison sentence and a USD 109 million fine for tax evasion. However, Lee was cleared of charges that  he oversaw nepotistic illegal trading, which would've transfered control of the company to his son.  (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - JULY 16: Former Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee arrives at the Seoul Central District Court on July 16, 2008 in Seoul, South Korea. Prosecutors have demanded a three-year suspended prison sentence and a evading taxes and fined him USD 109 million. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - JULY 16:  Former Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee arrives at  the Seoul Central District Court on July 16, 2008 in Seoul, South Korea. Prosecutors have demanded a three-year suspended prison sentence and a evading taxes and fined him USD 109 million.  (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)