In more Microsoft news, the company has announced the resignation of head of acquisitions Bruce Jaffe. This comes only two days after the $1.2 billion bid for Fast Search & Transfer. Jaffe will be retiring on February 29th according to the company in a report from PC World.
Jaffe joined the company 1995 in the corporate strategy group and moved on to the position of CFO of MSN before becoming corporate vice president for corporate development.
The company said in a statement “Bruce’s contribution to Microsoft’s growth is much appreciated and we wish him well in his next endeavor.”
Jaffe led the team in the $6 billion offer for aQuantive.