Microsoft Devices and Studios executive vice-president Julie Larson-Green has announced her intention to move out of the role ahead of new incumbent Stephen Elop’s arrival.
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Microsoft CEO candidate and former Nokia boss Stephen Elop will reportedly head up a devices division within the company that includes Xbox among its responsibilities.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has said he is both “intrigued and interested” by incoming changes at the company, amid its search for a new CEO. His investment partner has revealed that Allen feels Xbox and Bing detract from the core business, following rumours that former Nokia boss Stephen Elop is prepared to trim some fat.
Microsoft’s hunt for Steve Ballmer’s CEO position is still up for grabs, but sources close to the matter have apparently said that former Nokia boss Stephen Elop is formulating his plans ahead of joining the company. Whether or not he’ll get the CEO position remains to be seen however.
Microsoft’s search for Steve Ballmer’s replacement as company CEO has been narrowed to just four candidates, according to a report from Reuters.
Microsoft’s search for Steve Ballmer’s eventual replacement is ongoing as you read this. The company is expected to name a new CEO before the year is through, according to a new report.
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