In 2006, Samsung Electronics semiconductor business of the world’s largest supplier of flash memory components. However, the company is not originally invent Flash technology and market in the early 1990s, technology leader behind Toshiba Corporation of Japan. This case describes how Samsung is a leader in the global market was for flash memory in the next fifteen years. Readers are asked how they make investment decisions to maintain that leadership position is f … Read more »

In 2006, Samsung Electronics semiconductor business of the world’s largest supplier of flash memory components. However, the company is not originally invent Flash technology and market in the early 1990s, technology leader behind Toshiba Corporation of Japan. This case describes how Samsung is a leader in the global market was for flash memory in the next fifteen years. Readers are asked how they make investment decisions to get this leadership position in the future upright.
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Bruce McKern,
Brian Tayan
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
32 pages.
Release date: 25 August 2009. Prod #: IB70-PDF-ENG
Samsung Electronics: Global Flash Memory Market HBR case solution

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