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Microsoft Execs Beating Software Out the Door

When you have nearly 90,000 or so employees, losing a dozen here and there is no big deal. But in Microsoft's case, these aren't mailroom workers or bathroom attendants we're talking about. We are talking about some serious cats.

Matt Rosoff, formerly of Direction on Microsoft, a consultancy agency, gathered the most important firings and defections into a slick little slideshow. Rosoff focuses on big shots that left over a long period of time.

We're taking a different approach and will tackle the recent mass of departures in our March cover story.

What exec was the biggest loss and why? You tell at [email protected]

Posted by Doug Barney on 01/31/2011 at 1:18 PM


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