Microsoft without CFO, for the time being at least


The Register:



"John Connors finally handed back his Microsoft ID badge last week, leaving the software giant without a CFO, for the time being at least."


TheStreet.com:



"The departure of Connors was announced in early January. At the time, the company did not give a firm departure date, but said he would assist with the transition.  At this point, Microsoft does not have an official replacement, but is considering both internal and external candidates."


CNET News



"The company did not name an acting financial chief. Until a replacement is found, Drake said the finance function will be led by Microsoft's current team, including corporate controller Scott Di Valerio, who is slated to head up the company's third-quarter earnings call on April 28."


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