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June 29, 2012 at 3:22 PM

Microsoft CVP Steven Guggenheimer moving on from head of OEM division

Microsoft has announced that longtime Microsoft exec Steven Guggenheimer will no longer be leading the OEM division, effective July 1.

Here’s Microsoft’s statement:

As a result of long term planning, Steven Guggenheimer will move on from his current role as CVP of the OEM Division effective July 1, to coincide with the start of Microsoft’s fiscal year. He is taking on a new senior leadership role at the company, and further details will be provided when finalized. Nick Parker, former VP of WW [worldwide] marketing will be assuming the role of CVP starting July 1st.

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