ZUNE Leader Quits! Stephen Fung February 1, 2007 Well this can’t be good! The head of the Microsoft ZUNE division, Bryan Lee, steps down to pursue personal interests. I wonder if there is anything between the lines? Hmm… Bryan Lee, corporate vice president of the technology behemoth’s entertainment and devices division, was instrumental in the development and release of the Zune music player. He also played a key role in creating the company’s Xbox game console division, and in introducing Microsoft’s Internet television software. Taking Lee’s place will be J. Allard, also an Xbox leader, who will be in charge of helming Microsoft’s Zune strategy. Lee is expected to leave the company in the next few weeks, and has not said that he is going to another company but rather that he has “decided to retire from Microsoft,” according to a statement issued by the company. Source: News Factor Share This With The World!