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Samsung Moves on from Japan to Nibble at Apple

April 30, 2012

The Japanese may have pioneered the model of a vertically integrated electronics manufacturer, but Samsung looks to have perfected it. The Korean company started by pulling apart Japanese TV sets, then reverse-engineered the manufacturers' business model. By avoiding their missteps, it's driving them out of TVs and carving up the smartphone market with Apple. Now, as more business is coming from emerging markets, Apple needs to watch out for Samsung's still-growing appetite.

Samsung, which made its name in televisions, is more of a smartphone company. Phones account for most of its sales



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