Windows’ Future in Hands of Two Veterans

The shake-up of Microsoft Corp.’s Windows division leaves the future of the company’s flagship software in the hands of two women: One an engineer who upended the design of several Microsoft products, and the second a finance veteran who started her computing career as a part-time receptionist.

Microsoft tapped Tami Reller, the chief financial officer and head of marketing for Windows, to run business operations for the division, while Microsoft veteran Julie Larson-Green will take over responsibility for the technical features and product blueprints for Windows software and hardware such as the Surface

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