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Microsoft names new marketing chief

A week after announcing the retirement of longtime marketing boss Mich Mathews, Microsoft moves quickly to replace her with another company veteran, Chris Capossela.

By April 6, 2011


Microsoft explains Office 365

Senior VP Chris Capossela talks with CNET's Ina Fried about Microsoft's new subscription Office service and how it stacks up against Google Apps.

By October 19, 2010


More details on Microsoft's free Office

Microsoft's Chris Capossela details what--and what not--to expect with Office Starter 2010, the Works replacement that will start showing up on new PCs later this year.

By April 7, 2010


The cloud--it's not for control freaks

Microsoft's Chris Capossela says big businesses are seeing lots of benefits by using cloud computing to do work traditionally done in-house. They're also grappling with the resulting loss of control.

By April 8, 2010


Best Buy to open hundreds of Windows stores within its stores

Retailer has cut a deal with Microsoft to set up space in its stores to showcase Microsoft's Windows, Surface, Xbox, and Office offerings.

By June 13, 2013


Office Web Apps won't work offline

In an interview, Microsoft senior VP Chris Capossela tells CNET News that users will need a desktop version of Office to edit documents without an Internet connection.

By November 17, 2008


Microsoft serves up Project 2002

Microsoft's Chris Capossela talks with correspondent Melissa Francis about the company's new server-based version of Project 2002.

November 1, 2007


Office 14 crawls toward beta

Microsoft's Chris Capossela says it won't be that long before the masses can try both Web-based and desktop versions of the new Office. He's just not saying when.

By March 4, 2009


Microsoft to lose execs Bates and Reller, report says

Headed for the exit, according to Recode, are Tony Bates, who oversees business development, and Tami Reller, head of marketing for the software maker.

By March 2, 2014


Microsoft confirms Bates, Reller to exit company

Executives Tony Bates and Tami Reller will be leaving the software giant, and Mark Penn, creator of the "Scroogled" ad campaign, will now be chief strategy officer.

By March 3, 2014