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Sony fires 10,000, loses $6.4 billion, and cuts down on TVs: What could possibly go wrong?

Sony's new CEO Kazuo Hirai has announced his new "One Sony" plan that lays off 10,000 workers and narrows the company's focus to three distinct areas. Is it going to be enough to return Sony to its former glory?
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Sony's New CEO Sees a Tough Road Ahead

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Sony will name consumer business chief and former games unit head Kazuo Hirai as president of the company as early as April, according to Japan’s Nikkei business publication. Current president, chairman and CEO Howard Stringer will ...

Sony To The Digital Future: We Surrender

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Sony appears ready to concede defeat in its effort to put its stamp on the digital future. CEO Kazuo Hirai broadly hinted that the company may sell off its struggling smartphone and smart TV operations as it focuses on more profitab...

Sony lays out plans to restructure, slash costs and return to profit

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Sony will cut costs by at least 20 percent in its electronics sales unit and start a new television business as chief executive Kazuo Hirai tries to revive a company that has lost more than $9 billion (R93.5bn) in the past six years...

Sony outs Howard Stringer as president and CEO, names Kazuo Hirai as his replacement

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