Microsoft's vice president of corporate strategy and development Andy Lees will be taking a brief leave of absence from the company but will return to Microsoft in a new role this summer.
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There's more reshuffling at Microsoft following Steve Sinofsky's departure from the company. Andy Lees - former Windows Phone head - has been installed as head of corporate development and strategy.
A new rumor claims that Andy Lees, who until this week was the leader of Microsoft's Windows Phone edition, actually got what amounts to a demotion rather than a promotion.
Andy Lees, the head of Microsoft's Windows Phone division for the past three years, will leave the division and move to a new role at Microsoft