What next for Yoozoo after CEO Lin’s shock death?
29 December 2020 | 7:00 am
The death by suspected poisoning of Lin Qi, the billionaire founder of Chinese video game company Yoozoo, leaves an opening on the listed firm's nine-person board of directors.
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