Satoru Iwata is the new Nintendo of America CEO, whereas the ex-CEO Tatsumi Kimishima will be the General Manager of the parent company Nintendo Co. Ltd.
The President and COO, Reginald Fils-Aime will report to Satoru Iwata.
Europe and North America failed to match the success of 3DS in Japan, and even Nintendo Wii U missed the sales target of the company.
With Mr. Iwata as the new CEO, the company hopes for things to change.
Want to know, what’s making news with other CEOs: Tim Cook, Virginia Rometty, Chris Niarchos, and Steve Ballmer etc? Well, stay tuned for that.
Nokia has come up with a claim of having launched the most innovative smartphones ever- Lumia 920 and Lumia 820! The company also claims that it is the first to use the Windows Phone 8 operating system, as it looks to win back market share from Apple and Samsung.
A new study brings out a research report that benefit brands from our multiscreen viewing habit during an ad break on T.V.
What's the first thing you do when you look for a job? You check online about the company and read up details of the work they do, products sold etc. You check their social networking sites and read up the latest Facebook and twitter posts. However, details like how the HR department deals with employees and how senior executives fare are hard to come by on the outside. Not anymore - Glassdoor has opened up such info for the job aspirant with employees grading HR practices and even CEOs.
A good example is how Apple employees graded Steve Jobs below current CEO Tim Cook! It's telling how global iconic status may not hold you well among your own employees. The downside of Glassdoor for now is that you can only get an accurate report with big global names like Appco Group and not so much the small and medium businesses.
It was in 2008 the ICANN (The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) announced a programme to expand the number of domain names available to companies to increase the amount of the domain space on the web. As per this programme, the leading companies on the cybersphere, submitted a range of domain names to replace the traditional ones like ".com" or ".co.uk". The last date for submitting applications to avail top level domains closed on 31 May 2012.