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Dennis previously served as president of Human Entertainment, Inc. He was also on the board of directors of the parent company, Human Corporation of Japan. Human Entertainment localized and licensed entertainment software for distribution in the United States and Europe and published software tools.
For 11 years, Dennis was senior vice president, chief administrative officer, and a board member of Time Warner Interactive. During his tenure he directed the legal, information technology, licensing, and human resource departments.
Dennis was also the vice president and general counsel for Namco-America, the international marketing subsidiary of the leading Japanese video game company. At Namco, he initiated and directed the "PAC-MAN" and "Ms. PAC-MAN" merchandising and licensing program in the United States, Europe, and Australia.
Dennis started his business career as a senior attorney at Hewlett Packard, where he was the company's legal counsel for mergers and acquisitions, SEC '33 and '34 filings, government relations, government procurement, domestic sales, and semiconductor and optoelectronics divisions.
He is retired as a Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve where he served at the Pentagon on the personal legal staff of the Chairman and Joint Chiefs of Staff, specializing in computer warfare and international treaties. Dennis has a Bachelor of Science in economics from UCLA and a J.D. from the University of Montana.Younghoon David Kim
David is the chairman and CEO of Daesung Group, a public conglomerate founded in 1947. Daesung Group has 20 subsidiaries including BINEXT Capital and Sinai Media.
David expanded Daesung's scope to the fields of entertainment, finance, apparel, information, communications, construction, and the environment. As the Korean representative to the APEC Business Advisory Council, he has led the development of international energy and environmental policies and projects. Recently, he was elected vice chairman of the World Economic Council, an UN-accredited private organization, and is responsible for setting up energy policy and strategies for Asia-Pacific and South Asia region. As Chairman of Korea City Gas Association, David is also leading the privatization of the domestic gas business. David began leading Daesung into the entertainment business in 2002. The company has made investments in more than 30 movies and games.
Daesung also forged a partnership with Peter Jackson's Park Road Post, the digital post production facility well-known for the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy. Daesung also formed a $20 million game fund through BINEXT Capital with leading partners KT, Sidus, and GnG Entertainment. Daesung Group also operates a global mobile game aggregation and distribution business by sourcing high quality mobile games from Korean developers and supplying them to global telecommunications companies and publishers worldwide.
David has a Bachelor of Science from Seoul National University and a master's degree in law and M.B.A. from the University of Michigan. He also studied international economics as a special student at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University and completed his master's in theology at the Harvard Divinity School.