Sunday May 1, 2005 10:05 pm
Yamauchi To Retire From Nintendo In June
The man who has been a huge part of Nintendo’s history, Hiroshi Yamauchi, has announced that he plans to retire from his management position within the company on June 29th. It is he who led Nintendo into the video game business in the 1970’s, however, in recent years he was lambasted by gaming fans for some of the decisions Nintendo made, including using cartridges with the Nintendo 64. In 2002, Yamauchi stepped out of his role as Nintendo President, allowing Satoru Iwata to step into the role. Yamauchi plans to migrate into a consultant role with Nintendo.
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