Stephon Elop To Leave Microsoft


    June 18, 2018: Ex Nokia boss Stephen Elop is set to leave Microsoft as part of a management reshuffle. Elop joined Microsoft in 2014 after the company bought the Finnish company’s handset business.

    Stephen Elop was seen as possible chief executive before the current boss, Satya Nadella was appointed.

    According to Nadeela the changes would enable us to deliver better products and services that our customers love at a more rapid pace.

    The current changes was announced to the staff by an email. In the email Nadeela said he regret the loss of leadership. Mr Elop worked as chief executive in Nokia between 2010 to 2014.Terry Myerson will replace him in Windows and Devices Group which is a newly formed team.

    Kirill Tatarinov and Eric Rudder will also leave the company.


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