Head of Samsung Taiwan’s mobile business calls it quits
The head of Samsung Elect ronics Co.’ s i nformation technology and mobile businesses in Taiwan has resigned citing “personal reasons,” weeks after the South Korean firm launched its newest flagship S6 and S6 edge phones in the country.
Andy Tu ( ) who joined Samsung Taiwan in October 2009, will stay in the company until late May to complete work related to rolling out the S6 series phones, Samsung Taiwan said in a statement released Tuesday.
Tu has led Samsung Taiwan to increase its annual mobile communication revenues “multiple times” between 2009 and 2014, making the company the top vendor of mobile phones with screen sizes larger than 5 inches in Taiwan since 2012, the statement said.
Samsung Taiwan President Lee Jaeyub said the company will seek excellent talent in order to lead its IT and mobile communication team to another peak of development.