Kevin Turner, the Microsoft chief operating officer, is leaving the company after eleven years in taking the top job at an investment firm. The CEO Satya Nadella announced last Thursday in an email to employees, and Turner will not replace.
Instead of hiring a new COO position. Microsoft planning to divide Turner’s responsibilities between the five current executives.
Amy Hood, the Microsoft chief financial officer, will pick up Turner’s finance team. Kill DelBene will handle the IT company and operations division adding current corporate strategy team. Chris Capossela will manage company’s worldwide marketing and consumer business unit.
Judson Althoff and Jean-Phillippe will join the leadership team to take few over Turner’s responsibilities. Courtois will be leading Microsoft global sales, operations, and marketing team. Althoff is also leading the company’s worldwide commercial business.
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