Samsung’s Wake-Up Call – The New York Times, March 5, 2017
Maybe it was that the handcuffs were camouflaged in perfectly matching material that seemed to be an outgrowth of his tailored top coat. Maybe it was this very deft attempt to hide the obvious: “I’m busted – but at least I have some modicum of dignity”. I’m not sure what haunted me more about the image – the alleged crime or the performance. The image almost made me forget the story. It was one of 2016’s most incendiary stories, that of the battery burning Galaxy Note 7. But the photo of Jay Y. Lee, vice chairman of Samsung, being led away by police during an investigation into corruptions charges, said it all.