Sony CEO Howard Stringer had an upbeat attitude during his company's annual shareholders meeting today, saying that the company's brand is on the upswing following the PlayStation Network security breach.
"Our brand perception, you'll be happy to know, is clearly improving again," Stringer told investors during the meeting in Tokyo, according to the Associated Press. He went on to point out that 90 percent of Sony's PlayStation Network users have come back to the service.
Stringer also sees Sony's online services as an engine of growth despite those attacks, according to Bloomberg.
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