Overseeing Logitech’s Turnaround

Bracken Darrell, president of Logitech International SA, admits the past couple of years have been tough for the world’s largest maker of computer mice.

Missteps like a disastrous link with Google to make set-top boxes for the Internet giant’s TV effort, as well as a failed sales strategy in Europe have tarnished the Swiss company’s luster and wiped more than 40 percent from its share price over the past two years.

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