Apple is once again on the hunt for someone to run its still-growing retail empire.
The company today said John Browett, who it hired from U.K. electronics retail chain Dixons, is leaving the company after a six-month stint.
Apple now says it's in the midst of finding a replacement, and in the meantime, its "retail team will report directly to (CEO) Tim Cook."
Browett started near the end of April, and was given a compensation package worth north of $61 million. It took Apple more than seven months to hire him after the departure of Ron … Read more