Microsoft Savior Ctrl-Alt-Deleted

Baker, Chris
March 2011
Wired;Mar2011, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p36
The article features Ray Ozzie, former chief software architect of Microsoft Corp. Ozzie was allegedly asked to resign from his position in October 2010. It discusses the factors that led to the resignation of Ozzie, citing among others his conflict with chief executive officer (CEO) Steve Balmer on the vision of Microsoft.


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