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April 14, 2006 at 4:48 PM

Ballmer alert

Steve Ballmer is venturing across Lake Washington Tuesday to address a Western Washington University forum.

The Microsoft chief executive dropped a newsy tidbit at a similar event held by Eastern Washington University three years ago in Seattle, when he mentioned that he plans to work at least until 2017.

Ballmer’s speech at Western’s Seattle Business Forum coincides with Microsoft’s highest-ranking Western alum, Senior Vice President David Cole, taking a leave of absence at the end of April.

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