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(NBC News)   Microsoft CFO quits to spend more time with his virtual family   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, chief financial officers, Microsoft, Pacific Time, Steven Sinofsky, cost accounts  
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2013-04-23 08:52:18 AM  
What are the odds he cashes in on all his options today and they uncover some crazy accounting fraud tomorrow?
2013-04-23 09:33:11 AM  a world of boring non-news, that tidbit sets a new low for the bar. I will wait patiently to see if anyone can generate Fark-level snark from his departure.
2013-04-23 10:26:11 AM  
Something, something, rats, something, something, sinking ships, something.
2013-04-23 05:17:07 PM  
I'm a Microsoft supporter seeing as I live in Redmond and they drive our economy and I know lots of people who work or have worked there.  I route for them to succeed and all, but their 3 year development cycle for new OS's is really dumb in my opinion.  Maybe it's just me,, but unless an OS is garbage (like ME) I don't think people want a new one that often.  Maybe they should just spend more time making one really awesome and switch to a 6 year cycle.  It seems like they have an every other cycle thing going on in more recent years anyway.  ME sucked, XP was great, Vista sucked, 7 was good, 8 sucks, etc.  I do know that the people I know from Microsoft all said 8 was doomed for a long time.  People there knew it was bad, told the higher ups it was bad, but they weren't listening.  Companies need to start listening to their actual talent and not their money people who know nothing about the actual tech/design.
2013-04-23 09:54:34 PM  
This should read:
Microsoft CFO and Apple CEO quit to spend more time with their virtual families
2013-04-24 04:43:56 AM  
I misread that as CEO at first, and was very excited, then very disappointed.
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