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#54373 - 06/29/1109:16 AM[Reuters] Sony to reshuffle games unit management after hacking
TOKYO (Reuters) - Sony Corp's second-in-command, Kazuo Hirai, will relinquish day-to-day control of its videogames unit from September, making way for a Welsh-born Sony veteran, months after the electronics giant suffered a massive hacking attack.