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September 13, 2012 at 6:00 AM

Microsoft’s annual employee meeting being held at KeyArena today

Microsoft is holding its annual employee meeting today at KeyArena, starting at about 10 a.m.

About 15,500 people are expected to attend (Microsoft is busing employees in from its Redmond campus), and those not there can watch an internal webcast.

The meeting is closed to the public and to the media.

Microsoft execs on the agenda to speak include:

  • Kevin Turner, COO
  • Brad Smith, general counsel and Legal and Corporate Affairs executive vice president
  • Satya Nadella, Server & Tools Business president
  • Kirill Tatarinov, Business Solutions Division president
  • Qi Lu, Online Services Division president
  • Yusuf Mehdi, Interactive Entertainment Business chief marketing officer
  • Joe Belfiore, Windows Phone corporate vice president for program management and design
  • Tony Bates, Skype Division president
  • Kurt DelBene, Office Division president
  • Steven Sinofsky, Windows and Windows Live Division president
  • Steve Ballmer, CEO

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