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
, 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.