Who's who in the Microsoft shake-up

In Microsoft's biggest reorganization in years, many of the new leaders have backgrounds in consumer businesses. Here's who's running the show now
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Ballmer's final shake-up

Steve Ballmer has said he would retire from the company when his last kid goes to college, which means 2017 or so. This week's reorganization is probably his final chance to shape the company in his image -- or at least in a fashion that he thinks is necessary for the future. In a memo to the troops, Ballmer said that the realignment is meant to create "One Microsoft" -- a single company aligned around delivering services and devices.

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