Samsung exec pleads guilty to price-fixing
Thomas Quinn, a Samsung Semiconductor executive, has pleaded guilty to federal charges of fixing prices for dynamic random access memory (DRAM). Quinn conspired with competitors in a scandal that affected every major computer maker.
Co-conspirators included Korean Samsung executives as well as competitors from Hynix, Infineon, Micron Technology, and Elpida.
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