Samsung shares plummet following Note 7 recall

Stuart Sumner
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Samsung shares plummet following Note 7 recall

£10.8bn wiped off firm's value after battery fire fiasco

Samsung's share price has plummeted today, after the firm told customers to return its faulty Galaxy Note 7 handsets due to their tendency to catch fire while charging. The company saw £10.8bn wiped...

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