From: Steven Sinofsky Sent: Monday, November 12, 2012 6:42 PM To: Microsoft – All Employees (QBDG) Subject: RE: Windows Leadership Changes With the general availability of Windows 8/RT and Surface, I have decided it is time for me to take a step back from my responsibilities at Microsoft. I’ve always advocated using the...

DRAMA The Verge is reporting that Steven Sinofsky, the Microsoft executive in charge of Windows, has resigned. Apparently Julie Larson-Green is stepping up to assume control of Windows software and hardware engineering. CFO Tami Reller will be in charge of the Windows business. Mr Sinofsky made the following...

It seems that Jerry Yang, former CEO of Yahoo has had enough. The company officially announced his resignation from the board of directors at Yahoo!, as well as from the boards of Yahoo Japan Corporation and Alibaba Group Holding Limited, all effective today. In a letter written to Yahoo! Board Chairman Roy Bostock,...

A second earthquake hit the United States today. Reuters reports that Apple CEO Steve Jobs is stepping down from his leadership position. Tim Cook has been named as the company’s new CEO.  Steve Jobs has been elected Chairman of the Board. Below is Apple’s official press release on the announcement (via Business...

Newsweek magazine is predicting speculating that Steve Ballmer may be removed from Microsoft next year. The reasons they give are pretty impressive. 1) Vista 2) Stock Price 3) Zune loss to the Ipod 4) Internet Search loss to Google 5) Windows Mobile loss to Iphone I personally don’t think that Steve Ballmer will and...