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Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer has stepped down as chief, replaced by PlayStation veteran Kazuo Hirai.
Kazuo Hirai, who led Sony's PlayStation gaming business and more recently took over a growing electronics group, is now chief executive.
Kazuo Hirai, now head of the company's videogame group, will be Sony's next president, Nikkei reports. Howard Stringer remains chairman and CEO.