Two department heads leave Microsoft after ceo exchange




Two top executives at Microsoft left the company after the appointment of the new CEO. It is the executive vice-presidents of the divisions of business development and marketing. The outgoing chief business development is the former CEO of Skype.

Microsoft The departure of the former CEO of Skype, Tony Bates, as responsible for business development comes as no surprise: he was a candidate for the CEO position, which now holds Satya Nadella. According Re / code, which makes known the room, Bates has against Nadella said he can not bind. themselves for long-term business His duties would be taken over by Eric Rudder, the current executive vice president of strategy department.

The other departing executive vice president is Tami Reller and its marketing functions are taken over by Chris Capossela, who has been working in the marketing department. Reller worked at Microsoft since 2001 and she has held include senior positions at the Windows team. Capossela simultaneously takes the responsibility for ads about Mark Penn, who thus only remains responsible for strategy.

Microsoft would make the decisions Tuesday officially known. There will often shifts within organizations place after a CEO change, and it is not unlikely that more changes of upcoming features from Microsoft.

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