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Amid biggest reshuffle in years, Microsoft's veteran Windows head exits

Microsoft is also creating two new engineering teams focusing on artificial intelligence and its cloud business

Microsoft opens a Garage with a difference, plans region specific products

Reuters
Microsoft Corp on Thursday said Terry Myerson, executive vice president of its windows and devices business, will be leaving the company amid a major management reshuffle.
Myerson has been at Microsoft for more than two decades. He was responsible for supervising the company's products including Windows, Surface, Xbox, Windows Server and HoloLens Mixed Reality.
Microsoft is also creating two new engineering teams focusing on artificial intelligence and its cloud business.
Myerson will be working with Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella to ensure a smooth transition of the leadership changes, Nadella said in an email to all Microsoft employees.
 
 

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First Published: Mar 29 2018 | 11:06 PM IST

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