Take-Two founder resigns

Vice president of production who had been on disability leave since June resigned his position this week.


In an SEC filing yesterday, Take-Two Interactive announced that its founder, Ryan Brant, had resigned his position with the company. Brant worked as the publisher's vice president of production "in a non-executive capacity" and had been on disability leave since June. The original CEO of the publisher, Brant left that position in 2001, several months before the company's controversial PlayStation 2 game Grand Theft Auto III redefined its role in the industry. He also served as chairman of the board of directors until March of 2004.

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