Sony Network Entertainment President to retire, Andrew House will take his place

“Sony gave me tremendous support to build a global team.”

Posted By | On 08th, Nov. 2012 Under News | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl

Tim Schaaff was the president of Sony Network Entertainment and will retire by December 31st, Sony has revealed. He will be on the board of directors but will have no power he had before. Andrew House who is currently the CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, becomes SNE president. It looks like Kaz Hirai really has a lot of faith in AN

“Tim has been a strong leader within Sony who truly embodied the ‘One Sony’ spirit by successfully leading corporate-wide initiatives across business units since he joined,” said Kazuo Hirai, President and CEO, Sony Corporation. “I thank Tim for his passion and innumerable contributions to the company.”

“Under the leadership of Kaz, and Sir Howard Stringer before him, Sony gave me tremendous support to build a global team to coordinate and lead the company’s network service business,” said Tim Schaaff.

“Together we created something of significant value that will be an important part of Sony’s future. I’m grateful to have had this unique opportunity, proud of the commitment my team has demonstrated, and encouraged about Sony’s prospects in this strategic area.”

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