Sony boss: PlayStation profitability is top priority

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 20 June 2008 15:27 GMT

Missed this yesterday, for some reason. According to this Bloomberg report, Sony boss Howard Stringer told investors yesterday that the company’s top management priority is “to restore profitability in our television and game businesses.”

Tons more through the link. This probably translates as “don’t expect a PS3 price cut this year, bucko.”

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