“Microsoft’s Xbox strategy boss Richard Teversham has quit the firm to join arch rival Apple,” Tim Ingham reports for MVC.
“Teversham has accepted an education-related role at the iPod creator’s European office,” Ingham reports. “Teversham had worked at Microsoft for over 15 years. He held the role of Xbox director for platform and marketing between 2005 and 2007 before becoming strategy boss.”
Ingham reports, “A Microsoft spokesperson told MCV this week: ‘We can confirm that Richard Teversham, director of business, insights and strategy, has taken a new opportunity outside of Microsoft. A process is underway for recruiting his replacement.'”
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