The ol' boss of Sony is stepping down. After giving up his CEO and presidency of Sony last year, Stringer has decided to also retire from being the chairman of Sony's board. He first became CEO in 2005. It's an end of an era for a company we still miss. [Financial Times via Engadget]
Sony needs to get back to what made them a household name. Quality. Back in the 80s and 90s Sony stuff was considered top of the line. They started lowering quality while raises prices and at some point people stopped putting up with it.
Sony needs an old school Japanese boss back in charge. The type that would rather kill them self rather then dishonor them self and the company by selling crappy products.
If you want to be expensive you can't be cheaply made. If you want to be cheaply made you cant be expensive.