Nintendo financials: Iwata will not resign, president denies management reform

By Dave Cook, Friday, 17 January 2014 10:24 GMT

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has played down rumours that the company will shake-up its management, following its latest financial report.

Today, we reported that Nintendo will fail to meet its financial forecast by a wide margin. Hit the link for our full report.

Now, Yahoo News states that following the release of Nintendo’s figures, Iwata told reporters, “There will be no major management shake-up in the short term.”

NeoGAF has also translated Nikkei’s report on Nintendo’s following press conference.

It was reported that Iwata admitted that he feels responsible for Nintendo’s poor performance, and that he apologised to shareholders. He is now looking to turn around Nintendo’s operations as soon as possible, and made clear that he will not resign in order to see his aim through.

What’s your take on Nintendo’s current position?

Via Eurogamer.

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