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    1. Kaz Hirai is Stepping Down as CEO of Sony

      Kaz Hirai is Stepping Down as CEO of Sony

      Sony CEO Kazuo "Kaz" Hirai will step down from the role at the end of the fiscal year in March.

      • He will be replaced by the current CFO, Kenichiro Yoshida, who worked with Hirai over the past six years on the unifying "One Sony" strategy.
      • The company will report its Q3 earnings on Friday, where it expects yet another successful quarter, and might give more guidance on the longer-term strategy under Yoshida...
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