Philip Elmer-Dewitt

Fortune magazine

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Senior Editor at Fortune magazine, runs Fortune's Apple 2.0 blog

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Sunday's Oscars were not just another awards ceremony for Korean conglomerate Samsung.

Ellen's Oscar Selfie and Samsung's Marketing Coup

Sunday's Oscars were not just another awards ceremony for Korean conglomerate Samsung.

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