Kenichiro Yoshida became CEO of Sony in 2018, after serving as chief financial officer at a time when the company had no iPhone, no profit and, some thought, no future.
Now the company's stock is surging, profit is steady at about $5 billion a year, and the pandemic has proved a boon for Sony's videogames and streaming movies. In an interview, Yoshida discusses what has driven Sony's comeback and what's next.
From The Wall Street Journal
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