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July 7, 2006 at 4:15 PM

MSFT execs report holdings

It’s the end of the week and just past the end of Microsoft’s fiscal year… time for some SEC filings.

This afternoon, the company disclosed how much stock several of its top executives own in the company. Here’s the numbers (both direct and indirect ownership) followed by their approximate value at today’s closing price of $23.30 a share:

Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer, owned 14,944 worth $348,195.

Jim Allchin, co-president, platforms and services division, owned 20,695 worth $482,193.

Kevin Johnson, co-president platforms and services division, owned 21,734 worth $506,402.

Lisa Brummel, senior vice president, human resources, owned 39,583 worth $922,283.

Brad Smith, senior vice president, general counsel, corporate secretary, legal and corporate affairs, owned 56,996 worth $1.3 million.

Bob Muglia, senior vice president, server and tools business, owned 218,416 worth $5.1 million.

Mich Matthews, senior vice president, central marketing group, owned 551,410 worth $12.8 million.

Robbie Bach, president, entertainment and devices division, owned 596,730 worth $13.9 million.

Doug Burgum, senior vice president, business solutions group, owned 606,352 worth $14.1 million.

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