Microsoft today announced that Bob Muglia, the president of its server and tools business, is stepping down and will be leaving the company sometime this summer.
In a memo to Microsoft employees, CEO Steve Ballmer said that Muglia will stick around for the transition as Ballmer does "an internal and external search for the new leader," and that Muglia would "complete additional projects for me."
The company would not comment on what Muglia plans to do next.
Muglia joined Microsoft in 1988. Before heading up the company's server and tools business, he was its senior … Read more