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Microsoft Will Not Get New CEO Before 2014

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Microsoft will not have a new CEO by the end of this year, as the search to look for a new person to head the company continues on. About twenty possible candidates have been shortlisted from a list that had about 100 individuals, says John Thompson, a member of Microsoft’s board of directors.

Microsoft has had only two CEOs in its 38-year history.

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