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Report: Microsoft’s Applications and Services Group VP Qi Lu is leaving the company

Qi Lu is currently the Executive Vice President of Applications and Services Group inside Microsoft. According to the report from Recode, Qi Lu is leaving the company due to health issues that arose from a bicycle accident that took place several months ago. Rajesh Jha, Corporate Vice President, Outlook and Office 365 will now take […]
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