Symbian Foundation chief steps down

In the latest departure from the mobile OS foundation, Lee Williams says he is stepping down for personal reasons, and has been immediately replaced by CFO Tim Holbrow.

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The head of the Symbian Foundation, Lee Williams, has quit.

According to a statement from Symbian today, Williams stepped down for "personal reasons." He has been immediately replaced with Tim Holbrow, the foundation's chief financial officer.

Williams' departure is the latest in a string of exits associated with the mobile operating system, which--since Samsung and Sony Ericsson abandoned the platform in the last month--is now supported only by Nokia, Fujitsu, and Sharp. Recent months have seen the resignations of Nokia chief Olli Pekka-Kallasvuo, smartphone division chief Anssi Vanjoki, and Ari Jaaksi, the chief of Nokia's other OS, Meego.

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