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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has lost one of his key lieutenants: Qi Lu (MSFT)

Qi Lu, the man in charge of Microsoft’s Applications and Services Group, is leaving the company due to health reasons. His departure was first reported by Recode's Kara Swisher and Ina Fried and confirmed by Microsoft to Business Insider. Lu was apparently in an awful bike accident a few months ago and is leaving to focus his energy on recovering. It was not immediately clear whether Lu's departure is temporary while he recovers or a complete exit from the company.
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