nandemoari writes: "One of Microsoft's senior executives has fled his post as director of the company's European Xbox operations. Richard Teversham is headed for Apple's business on that continent, ending a decade-and-a-half of service at Microsoft.
It's not yet confirmed what Teversham will be doing with Apple across the pond, but given the iPhone and iPod Touch's continuing involvement in gaming — and the promise these games have to eventually challenge the likes of Sony's PSP and even Nintendo's DS — it's a fairly safe bet that he'll play a significant role in improving interactive entertainment on the company's handheld devices."
The last person that quit or was fired will be held responsible for
everything that goes wrong -- until the next person quits or is fired.