Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. President and CEO Youn Yeo-chul sustains slight injuries during a scuffle with disgruntled unionized workers at one of the auto maker’s plants in Ulsan, South Korea. “Mr. Youn was shoved in the face hard enough that it broke his glasses and cut his cheek,” a company insider tells Ward’s. According to local police reports, Hyundai alleges union members also sprayed Youn and other company officials with fire extinguishers during a demonstration Jan. 3. The workers ...

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