Sony confirmed its board membership today both president Sir Howard Stringer and Deputy President Kaz Hirai have kept their jobs. Stringer, however, "sidestepped a call for him to step down over the incident."
That's the line that Reuters is taking
In terms of the PSN hack, one of the reasons that some shareholders were after the president's head, Sir Howard stated:
"We believe that we first became the subject of attack because we tried to protect our IP (intellectual property), our content, in this case videogames.
"These are our corporate assets, and there are those that don't want us to protect them, they want everything to be free."
Despite several arrests that in Spain and the UK where police mentioned PSN hacking, nobody has actually claimed responsibility.