Microsoft CFO left last week, filing shows

Microsoft financial chief John Connors, who announced in January that he planned to leave Microsoft, actually did so last week, although his replacement has not yet been found.

In a regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Microsoft said that Connors' resignation was effective March 31. Connors announced in January that he planned to leave Microsoft and join venture capital firm Ignition Partners. However, he also said he would stay on for an unspecified time to "assist in the transition."

Microsoft has yet to name a replacement, and a company representative said the search is continuing.

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