Usually business news are not really interesting for gadget fans, but this one is as it is about a big change at Sony. Sony for the first time in history apoints a foreigner as Sony Chairman. Sony is not doing so well despite the Sony PSP, so some refocusing and a new leadership seems to be a good idea.
At today's boardmeeting Sony replaced CEO and Chairman Nobuyuki Idei with Sir Howard Stringer, 63, US Citizen, the head of Sony's U.S. division.
Mr. Howard Stringer got knighted in 1999 says his bios. He is a content guy coming from journalism and TV.
Sir Howard Stringer gave an interesting interview on CNet in January. In there he says when he retires he wants to be a blogger.
More details about the new Sony CEO and Chairman in this Reuters Story.
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