MarketWatch provides the details of Microsoft’s latest reorganization. The biggest change seems to be this:
Executive Vice President Terry Myerson will lead a newly formed team, Windows and Devices Group (WDG), focused on enabling more personal computing experiences powered by the Windows ecosystem. This new team combines the engineering efforts of the current Operating Systems Group and Microsoft Devices Group.
Stephen Elop will transition out and Mark Penn is — finally — leaving to spend more time with his Scroogled mugs. Actually, it says he “has decided to pursue another venture outside Microsoft” so I wish him every success as Donald Trump’s campaign manager.