Microsoft Chief Financial Officer Chris Liddell is leaving the company at the end of the year, the company announced Tuesday. Perhaps one of the strongest CFOs in the tech sector has left and Microsoft’s selection shows the depth of its internal roster.
Prior to being named Microsoft CFO, Klein served as corporate vice president and CFO of Microsoft’s Business Division (MBD), overseeing the financial performance of the division which includes the Microsoft Office System, Unified Communications, Microsoft Business Solutions and other businesses. In this role, Klein was responsible for overall financial management including financial and strategic planning, reporting and analysis as well as communications to the investment community.
Before joining MBD in February 2006, Klein was CFO of Microsoft’s Server & Tools Business Group (STB). He joined Microsoft in 2002.
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