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Microsoft's Windows chief exits in management shake-up

Microsoft’s Windows president Steven Sinofsky is leaving after the company grew concerned over his ability to get along with other executives, including boss Steve Ballmer, said a report.

13th November, 2012
Steven Sinofsky speaks at a Windows 8 preview.

Microsoft’s Windows president Steven Sinofsky is leaving, allowing chief executive Steve Ballmer to overhaul management of the flagship operating system in his push to win back personal computer market share.

Sinofsky’s duties were reassigned to Julie Larson-Green, who will take charge of all software and hardware for Windows, and Tami Reller, who will add oversight of the Windows business to her responsibilities in marketing and finance, the world’s largest software maker said yesterday...

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