LG’s Executive Might Not Be Allowed to Fly to CES

/ 2 years ago


You might remember the incident around the time of IFA 2014 where several LG employees were accused of purposely damaging competitions washing machines in Berlin’s retail stores, one of them Jo Seong-jun, the head of LG’s Home Appliance and Air Solution Company. What sounded like something out of the schoolyard at first and also seemed settled after the people involved agreed to pay for the damage, might now come back to bite LG in the rear.

Samsung, whose machines were damaged, didn’t think that this was funny and reported it to the South Korean authorities who now apparently banned the executing from traveling to CES in a couple of days. LG is still denying all claims that it was done on purpose and is trying to get the flight ban lifted for the Consumer Electronics Show. On the other hand, Samsung maintains that the flight block indicates the severity of the incident.

Thanks to CNET for providing us with this information

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  • Wayne

    Well if he planned to catch a Malaysian flight to CES then Samsung might be doing him a favour. I believe they’re putting pictures of their missing aircraft on milk cartons now.

    • John Lindsay

      you do realise they are pulling bodies out of the water now?? names of those found will be released soon and they are from the crashed aircraft!!

      • Wayne

        I do read or watch the news.