Bryan Lee, a senior Microsoft Corp. executive who oversaw the launch of its Zune digital music player, plans to leave the company. The corporate vice president at Microsoft's entertainment and devices division also played a key role in shaping the Xbox game console business and the introduction of its Internet Protocol television software. According to Microsoft, Lee plans to leave the company in the next several weeks to pursue personal interests. J Allard, a rising star within Microsoft and one of the early Xbox leaders, will now take full responsibility for the Zune business.
News source: Reuters