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Sony's Seligman Quits U.S. Business in Another High-Profile Exit

  • Resignation ends a 15-year career at Sony's U.S. media arm
  • Sony says departure is unrelated to 2014's cyber attack

Nicole Seligman, president of Sony Corporation of America and Sony Entertainment, has resigned, bringing to an end a 15-year career at the Japanese media and electronics conglomerate’s U.S. division.

Seligman, who was also senior legal counsel for Sony Corp., is leaving to pursue “new opportunities,” according to an e-mailed statement from the company on Thursday. She will stay at the company until the end of March.