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So in order to address losses they should bring in a guy who has headed a division of another company that was responsible for even deeper losses and make him the head of a traditional 100+ year old company in a country with vastly different business culture. That does not really sound logical to me.

Dan Adelman of Nintendo of America seems like a better canidate of have on Nintendo's board because of how he managed to change the 3DS and Wii U eShop from the worst indie developer space to mostly on-par and at times even better than its competition. I feel he can do a lot more if he is on Nintendo's global board (of course not as CEO or President or any top positions like that).