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They still want big changes.

By Reuters
October 12, 2016

Two affiliates of activist hedge fund Elliott Management said its view on Samsung Electronics had not diminished, despite the company ditching its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.

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Elliott Management, which owns 0.62% of Samsung Electronics ssnlf , had submitted unsolicited proposals for a radical corporate makeover at the world’s biggest smartphone maker earlier this month.

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The company also slashed its quarterly profit estimate by a third on Wednesday, taking a $2.3 billion hit after scrapping the Note 7, in what could be one of the costliest product safety failures in tech history.

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