David Rosen (business)
David Rosen (born January 22, 1930) is an American businessman and the co-founder of the Japanese video game company SEGA. He retired from the company as Chairman in 1996.
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... not wanting to return to Japan full time, Rosendeclined the opportunity of solely purchasing the Japanese assets of SEGA ... In March 1984, Rosenand Hayao Nakayama put together a buyout group led by Isao Okawa and purchased SEGA's Japanese assets ... This allowed Rosento remain in the states while Nakayama was charged with the day to day operations of SEGA's headquarters in Japan ...
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