A Deep Dive on Samsung Electronics

on July 31, 2017
Reading Time: 5 minutes

As I was digesting Samsung’s Q2 2017 results last week, I realized that I’ve never really taken the time to come up with a robust mental picture of Samsung Electronics as a company, where its revenues come from, and how it all hangs together. I have lots of charts that I produce every quarter for my clients, but in many cases the labels on the charts don’t have a lot of meaning behind them for me. As such, over the last few days, I’ve spent a little time diving deeper and really understanding the moving parts beyond the mobile division that dominates most coverage of the company (and my view of it). Today, I’m going to share what I’ve learned.

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