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Sony Ericsson USA's president resigns


News by Michael Oryl on Monday March 23, 2009.

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Today Sony Ericsson announced that the head of Sony Ericsson USA, Najmi Jarwala, would be leaving the company as of the end of March. Jarwala took over the reigns at Sony Ericsson USA back in October, 2005. Sony Ericsson's CEO, Dick Komiyama, said the following regarding Jarwala's tenure:

"Under Najmi's leadership we have redefined our North American strategy, built operational excellence and strengthened our total presence considerably in this very important market. We are sad to see him leave Sony Ericsson after more than three successful years, but at the same time we wish him all the best for his future."

The company has said that as of April 1, 2009, Anders Runevad, Executive Vice President of Sony Ericsson and Head of Global Sales & Marketing, would be taking over control of Sony Ericsson USA until Jarwala's successor is found.

 

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