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Microsoft execs on the move

Rob Bennett and Brad Silverberg are the latest in a growing tally of key players who have decided to leave the software giant to start fresh with other companies or pursue personal interests.

 

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Rob Bennett and Brad Silverberg are the latest in a growing tally of key players who have decided to leave the software giant to start fresh with other companies, travel, and spend more time with their families.

"For years I put work first; now it's time to put other things first."

- Brad Silverberg, departing Microsoft executive

 


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