The Final Fantasy brand has been greatly damaged. We'll continue with our reform work, which basically amounts to fully redoing the game, and hope to revive the FFXIV that should have been released.
Yoichi Wada is the current president of Square Enix, having ascended his golden throne of console RPG supremacy after the great Square-Enix merger of 2003.
Since then he has ruled somewhat generously, introducing the concept of "polymorphism" into the Square Enix business strategy. That is: to maximize profits, development has since focused on creating various cross-platform, cross-media titles designed around a single concept. Examples include the Fabula Nova Crystallis "series", Code Age, and the infamous Compilation of Final Fantasy VII.
Wada has stated that he wishes to take the company onto an online marketplace and train young developers using further remakes and ports of old games before they continue on to develop top-tier titles; both currently hot points of contention.