More Samsung and Hynix execs charged for DRAM price-fixing

  • Two executives from Samsung Electronics and one exec from Hynix Semiconductor America have been indicted by a federal grand jury in San Francisco for their role in a global conspiracy to fix DRAM memory prices, the Department of Justice announced.

    The charges are part of a broader ongoing antitrust investigation into a price-fixing scheme that the US government claims drove up the price of DRAM chips used in PCs, cell phones, servers and other electronics.

    Read the complete story here. (CBR)

Related Stories

Is Cryptocurrency Finally Coming to Wall Street?

Digital Marketing: What to Look for in 2019

The Most Favored Laptop Features (According to Consumers)