Hitachi-LG manager pleads guilty to fixing DVD drive prices

Hitachi-LG manager pleads guilty to fixing DVD drive prices

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The US Department of Justice stated Monday that a Hitachi-LG Data Storage executive had admitted to price fixing charges. Senior Sales Manager Woo Jin Yang agreed to face reduced prison time of six months, as well as pay a $25,000 fine, for artificially raising the bidding prices of CD and...
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