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New Square Enix Head Plans To "Fundamentally Review What Works And What Doesn't Work" For The Company

Posted on Wednesday, April 3 @ 08:05:52 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Square Enix hasn't been doing too well as of late, and as such, Yosuke Matsuda has been selected to step up and take the place of Yochi Wada as the company's president. Matsuda has big plans for the publisher, and hopes make a major turnaround very soon.

At an investor briefing, the incoming president explained, "After having succeeded the important role as the president, I plan on reviewing all Square Enix duties, business and assets on a zero-based budgeting standpoint," adding, "I'd like to fundamentally review what works and what doesn't work for our company, then cast all of our resources towards extending what makes us successful and thoroughly squeezing out what doesn't."

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