Microsoft (MSFT) is looking for a new CEO to succeed Steve Ballmer, who will exit the company within 12 months. Some critics wanted Ballmer to leave Microsoft much sooner. Why's that? Here are his five biggest mistakes as the software giant's leader.
Microsoft (MSFT) CEO Steve Ballmer will retire within one year, exiting the company after the Windows 8, Surface, tablet and smartphone missteps, according to published reports. Who will be Microsoft's next CEO? And why that leader must apologize to channel partners the day he or she starts the new job.
Amid Microsoft's (MSFT) search for a new CEO to succeed Steve Ballmer, another executive change surfaces: Phil Sorgen will succeed Jon Roskill as the software giant's partner program leader. Here are details.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's tenure had some high points and some extremely low points. As the software giant seeks to name a new CEO within 12 months, one thing is absolutely clear: Microsoft's (MSFT) next CEO -- Ballmer's successor -- must apologize to partners for numerous channel, mobile and cloud missteps in recent years. Here's why.
Who will succeed Microsoft (MSFT) CEO Steve Ballmer, who intends to retire within 12 months? Here's a shortlist of Microsoft CEO candidates -- including Oracle, Facebook, IBM, Amazon and Apple candidates. Is Microsoft's next CEO on the list?
With Microsoft (MSFT) expected to anoint enterprise and cloud boss Satya Nadella momentarily as its chief executive successor to Steve Ballmer, does the vendor’s nine-member board of directors also need a shakeup?