Beyond Smartphones: Samsung Struggles to Find New Cash Cow
January 7, 2014
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Samsung might be the smartphone market leader, but disappointing guidance numbers show that's not as lucrative as it used to be - and investors are awaiting the tech giant's next big growth engine. Jon Gordon reports.
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