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Microsoft CEO tipped: SVP of R&D Satya Nadella

Microsoft CEO tipped: SVP of R&D Satya Nadella

This afternoon it's been tipped by sources apparently briefed on the process that Microsoft's next CEO has been chosen. The SVP of research and development for the company's online services division - aka the company's enterprise and cloud chief - Satya Nadella - is said to have been chosen to replace Steve Ballmer as CEO of the company.

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Nintendo boss Iwata takes 50% pay cut

Nintendo boss Iwata takes 50% pay cut

For a period of 5 months after announcing Nintendo's most recent fiscal results, CEO Satoru Iwata will take a 50% pay cut on his salary. This will also be joined by a Nintendo executive pay cut between 20 and 30%. While at the moment it's not clear whose decision this cut was, the company as a whole will certainly appear to be accepting their losses in as open a fashion as possible.

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Mary Barra named GM CEO: world’s first female global auto leader

Mary Barra named GM CEO: world’s first female global auto leader

General Motors has selected Mary Barra as their next CEO, this signaling a greater change in the auto industry as a whole as she will be the first female to hold such a position in a global auto brand. This also signals the retirement of Dan Akerson as GM Chairman and CEO as of January of 2014. Mary Barra is currently working with GM as executive vice president, Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain.

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Microsoft should consider Tony Bates for CEO: Silicon Valley

Microsoft should consider Tony Bates for CEO: Silicon Valley

A report on AllThingsD this weekend made a case for Tony Bates to take outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's title. Bates is currently the EVP of business development, strategy and evangelism at Microsoft and formerly oversaw the Skype division (Microsoft took over Skype in 2011.) It would appear at least a dozen Silicon Valley "tech leaders" interviewed for the report feel Bates is the best choice for MS CEO.

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Acer founder takes CEO and Corporate President seat without salary

Acer founder takes CEO and Corporate President seat without salary

Due to the less-than-stellar state of affairs in selling computers at Acer as of late, both the CEO and the Corporate President of the company have stepped down from their respective positions. To replace them, the board has elected the company's founder Stan Shih as both CEO and Corporate President all rolled into one. This will be a temporary assignment as the company seeks full-time replacements for the former positions of J.T. Wang and Jim Wong.

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Elop as Microsoft CEO said to consider axing Xbox and Bing

Elop as Microsoft CEO said to consider axing Xbox and Bing

Since the August announcement that Steve Ballmer was out as CEO of Microsoft, more than a few rumors have surfaced on who would take his place - one of the more titalating of these being former Nokia head Stephen Elop. Today's suggestion from anonymous sources speaking with Bloomberg is that Elop has a non-finalized strategy for the company which includes two major changes. One of these changes is a refocusing of efforts for the company: away from Office software for Windows and towards Office for Apple's iOS and Google's Android.

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Microsoft CEO hunt enters interview stage as sources leak potential candidates

Microsoft CEO hunt enters interview stage as sources leak potential candidates

Microsoft has been in an active hunt for a new CEO following Steve Ballmer's announcement that he'll be leaving the company shortly. The process has entered the one-on-one interview stage, according to sources who spoke with The Wall Street Journal. These same sources have also detailed a list of individuals reportedly approached by the search committee, with some having been in talks as recently as this past week.

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Steve Ballmer bids final farewell to stockholders

Steve Ballmer bids final farewell to stockholders

As exiting CEO of Microsoft Steve Ballmer steps down from his post as most electrifying man to present a product onstage, he also sends out a more solemn letter to the shareholders of the company. Here in the final 2013 Fiscal Year annual report, Ballmer makes the case for the change of Microsoft to a devices and services company as a wholly positive one. He suggests that a growth of revenue this year to $77.8 billion and a return of $12.3 billion to shareholders (up 6 and 15% respectively from the year before) means that Microsoft is fully on-track for the 2014 Fiscal season.

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Steve Ballmer delivers his final emotional speech to Microsoft employees

Steve Ballmer delivers his final emotional speech to Microsoft employees

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gave his last company-wide employee meeting talk this week, ending with an emotional outpouring of gratitude and appreciation for the company and for the thousands of employees in attendance. The outpouring ran in both directions. The audience cheered as Ballmer shouted, "Soak it in! All of you. Soak it in. You work for the greatest company in the world. Soak it in. And I want to say thank you. I want to say thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you."

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