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Microsoft’s Rajesh Jha joins the Senior Leadership team, will lead the new Office Product Group

Microsoft today announced some changes to its Senior Leadership Team, following the departure of Qi Lu, who has the Executive Vice President of Applications and Services Group at the firm. The company today announced a new AI & Research Group which will be led forward by Harry Shum, who was previously Executive Vice President of Microsoft Research. […]
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