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Microsoft restructuring to be outlined July 11


4:00 PM on 07.10.2013
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Microsoft boss Don Mattrick jumped ship to work at Zynga last week, and we've been left hanging since on what changes will take place since then. But that changes tomorrow. Microsoft's Steve "Crazy Pants" Ballmer will announce the details of a restructuring on July 11, says AllThingsD.

The company's Julie Larson-Green heads up all things Windows, but it seems she'll be taking over the Xbox division after tomorrow's restructure. She'll also be over the Surface division as well as the music and TV services group. That sounds like a lot of work!

Will a refocus around devices and services be what Microsoft needs at this juncture? 






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