“Nicole Seligman, president of both Sony Entertainment and Sony Corp. of America, is stepping down from the twin posts to pursue other interests, according to a source familiar with the situation,” reports Variety.
The story adds, “Seligman said in a statement that she was ‘excited and eager to explore new opportunities’ and thanked Sony for a ‘deeply rewarding’ run with the company.” She will leave at the end of March. Seligman has been at Sony for 15 years, the story says.
The article also notes that both Sony Corp. Chief Executive Officer Kazuo Hirai and Sony Entertainment chief Michael Lynton “ thanked Seligman for her ‘sterling legal skills and business sense, and her unflagging energy and integrity.’”
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