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Kazuo Hirai Succeeds Howard Stringer At Sony

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Sony has announced it's getting a new CEO. Welsh-born Howard Stringer, Sony's first non-Japanese leader, will be replaced by Japanese-born Kazuo Hirai. Stringer has long urged the company to have Hirai succeed him. Sony is struggling with falling sales, especially in its TV division, and a rising Yen.
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