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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

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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

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Ballmer's e-mail to Microsoft employees about Nokia deal

Microsoft's chief executive details changes coming with acquisition of Nokia's device and services division.

By September 2, 2013

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Microsoft hits the reorg button

Redmond unveils its latest (and expected) cross-company reorganization, this one designed to better deliver on its new devices and services charter. Here's who ended up where.

By July 11, 2013

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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

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Microsoft's new spoof video elicits few laughs

The software giant, which has a long history of producing terrifically funny executive videos, misses the mark with its latest offering.

By August 9, 2011

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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

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Microsoft names new ad chief, reorganizes division

The hiring of Frank Holland comes a day after Yahoo rips the performance of Microsoft's adCenter technology.

By April 21, 2011

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Helping Microsoft's next marketing boss

The company's brand is still incredibly valuable, but hotter products could help improve the message.

By March 30, 2011

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How Microsoft is trying to make us more productive

Day-long event in Redmond addresses how the company develops Office software and--though there are no new product announcements--gives us a look into how Microsoft envisions productivity in the future.

By February 1, 2011