Last summer, Kotaku broke that former Tecmo president Yoshimi Yasuda was at the center of not one Tecmo employee brouhaha, but two. The president eventually resigned, but he's found another job. Good for him.
Yasuda has a new white collar executive level job. Japan's Kadokawa Group Holdings has announced a 100 percent owned subsidiary named Kadokawa Games. The president of this company? Yoshimi Yasuda. Kadokawa Games will focus on online games and the overseas market. And like that, another disgraced business exec lands on his feet.
Enterbrain, the publisher of Famitsu, is an affiliate of Kadokawa Group Holdings. Former Sony Computer Entertainment exec Ken Kutaragi is a Kadokawa Group Holdings board member as well. Just sayin'.