Under Armour’s Chief Digital Officer is Leaving the Company in Tech Leadership Shakeup

Under Armour’s chief digital officer and his brother are among those leaving the company following the restructuring plan that the company implemented this summer as the Baltimore-based apparel company faced quarterly losses.

Michael Lee and Albert Lee, who are the cofounders of MyFitnessPal and joined UA after it bought that startup in 2015, are planning to leave the company in January 2018.

Michael Lee is currently chief digital officer, and Albert Lee works on product development. The brothers are leaving to pursue their “next entrepreneurial ventures,” Under Armour said in a statement. The brothers joined the company in a $475 million acquisition that was among of trio of deals building the company’s health data capabilities.


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