Samsung girds for life after Apple in disruption devotion
Samsung Electronics Co.'s reclusive chairman has long warned employees against complacency and obsolescence. "Change everything except your wife and kids," Lee Kun Hee told them in 1993, charting a course that would turn a $2 billion maker of cheap TVs into the $200 billion giant it is today. Two decades on, his message remains the same: "Forget about the past and start anew," Lee exhorted employees in his New Year's address on Jan. 2. "We must search out new businesses that Samsung's survival depends on."
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