Samsung is getting a major shake-up. In its biggest reshuffle since 2017, the South Korean company is merging its mobile and consumer electronics divisions and replacing its three CEOs with two new leaders. The move is seen as an effort to simplify its structure and focus more on the semiconductor business. Paulina Likos, investing reporter for U.S. News & World Report, explains why Samsung is merging these two units now, and its potential priorities moving forward.