The "New THQ" keeps rolling forward as the company reorganizes to support three key strategies: Core, "Kids, Family and Casual" and Online. The business units will each have an executive vice president who reports to THQ CEO Brian Farrell.

The new alignment certainly makes it very clear whose head goes on the platter when a division is failing. Or, in the more polite words of CEO Farrell, "The new structure specifically aligns our primary business units with our product strategy, enabling each team to focus on planning and execution in highly defined product areas with full profit and loss responsibility." Of course, if all three divisions fail -- which has been THQ's fate of late -- we expect those new branches of the company will be getting a new boss.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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