Sony is reportedly looking to add "at least" one new member to its board of directors.
The New York Post reports the Japanese firm has been actively seeking out a new hire to join the 13 other members of its board.
The outlet's sources claim Sony has already approached multiple US-based executives for the opening.
Further, Dan Loeb of Hedge Fund company Third Point – one of Sony's largest investors – has been actively campaigning for a board seat.
Sony recently hired global management consulting firm Bain and Co. to help identify potential cost cuts totaling $100m.