Engadget post time: May 09, 2013 at 04:28AM
If you’ll recall, Microsoft noted that (then) CFO Peter Klein would be stepping down as a footnote in its Q3 2013 earnings report. Today, we’re learning a bit more about the transition. Starting right now (well, a few minutes ago), corporate vice president Amy Hood has been moved up to chief financial officer, and while Klein is set to remain onboard through June, Hood is grabbing the title right away. Prior to this role, Hood served as CFO for Microsoft’s Business Division, and has been with the company for just over a decade. Asked if she had any immediate plans, she softly nodded and whispered: “I’m bringing Clippy back.” Just kidding. But that would’ve been awesome.
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