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Ford CEO Alan Mulally has finally said he would like to "end the Microsoft speculation", confirming that he won't be leaving Ford until the end of 2014, removing himself from Microsoft's CEO spot.
A new report, via unnamed sources at Microsoft, claims that Ford CEO Alan Mulally may no longer be the front runner to take over the Microsoft CEO gig, due to a number of factors.
Ford director Edsel Ford II says the company's CEO, Alan Mulally, has told its board that “his plan is to stay with Ford through the end of 2014", crushing rumors that he will become Microsoft's CEO.
According to a new report Microsoft's board is closer to naming a new CEO. Alan Mulally, Ford's current leader is still in a front-runner position while Stephen Elop is no longer considered a favorite
A new interview by The Wall Street Journal with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has explained how Ford CEO Alan Mulally gave the Microsoft leader guidance on the company's positioning.
Microsoft has reportedly narrowed its CEO search to include about five candidates, including current Ford CEO Alan Mulally and former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, who will rejoin Microsoft next year.
A new report from entertainment industry trade publication Variety names several new candidates for Microsoft's CEO position, though they seem unlikely to be chosen.
A new report claims that current Ford CEO Alan Mulally is the current leading candidate to become Microsoft's next CEO, even though Mulally recently indicated he had no plans to leave Ford.
Some of Microsoft's top investors want Ford CEO Alan Mulally to replace Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer as the company's chief executive when Ballmer retires within a year.