Former Microsoft Exec Decides to Just Sell Weed Instead
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If you’ve been a T-Mobile customer and feeling jealous every time a friend whips out that snazzy iPhone — I’ll admit I certainly have — there is good news for you today. Merrill Lynch’s Scott Craig wrote in a note to investors that “speculation is heightening” that Deutsche Telecom (DT) will announce a...
Welcome to the party: T-Mobile rumored to carry iPhone

Steve Ballmer fired Sinofsky, clearing the way for faster progress in mobile

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No one was more public as the face of Windows 8 than Microsoft exec Steven Sinofsky. As Windows Division President, his sudden departure from the company only two weeks after the Windows 8 launch turned heads across the world of technology. It’s easy to always view the departure of a...
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Michael Sievert, a former marketing executive at AT&T, Clearwire and Microsoft, has been named chief marketing officer at T-Mobile USA. He starts on the job Monday, filling the shoes of longtime marketing exec Cole Brodman who left the company in May. Sievert most recently held the CEO title at Discovery...
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Steven Sinofsky's swan song: What should the former Microsoft exec do next?

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Steven Sinofsky in Anaheim in September. (Microsoft photo) He’s been called abrasive, hard-charging and — by GeekWire’s very own Todd Bishop — a misfit. Sounds like Steven Sinofsky, who stepped down unexpectedly this week as president of Microsoft’s Windows division, might have what it takes to make the jump into the startup...
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The Best Profile You'll Read On Steven Sinofsky, The Windows Boss Suddenly Leaving Microsoft (MSFT)

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Editor's note: In a huge surprise, Microsoft announced the exit of Steven Sinofsky this evening. Sinofsky is the man who led development of Windows 8, Microsoft's most important product. In anticipation of that release, we originally published this profile in February 2012, in anticipation of Windows 8. It's still...
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Amazon sues former Amazon Web Services sales chief over his new job at Google

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Daniel Powers (via LinkedIn) Amazon.com has filed suit against Daniel Powers, the former vice president in charge of sales for Amazon Web Services — alleging that his new job as Google’s director of cloud platform sales violates the non-compete provisions of his Amazon employment agreement, in addition to a severance...
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MEET THE NEXT CEO OF MICROSOFT: Steven Sinofsky Is The Man Who Made Windows 8

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This story was originally published in February. We are republishing it because Steve Sinofsky is in the news after Microsoft launched Windows 8, the most radical change to its ubiquitous operating system in 17 years. Sinofsky is the man responsible for that change. It was summer 2009. Microsoft had...
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