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Microsoft has confirmed that Tony Bates and Tami Reller will be leaving the company and that Mark Penn will be getting a promotion to EVP, Chief Strategy Officer.
A new report claims, via unnamed sources, that Microsoft plans to name Mark Penn, who helped to create its "Scroogled" campaign, as its new chief strategy officer.
Microsoft's recently hired Corporate Vice President Mark Penn is the man in charge of the company's recent holiday "Scroogled" campaign that tries to show Google Shopping searches have paid ads.
Microsoft just hired Mark Penn as its new vice president of strategic and special projects, and he's assembling a crack 'SWAT team' to help change consumer's perception of Bing.
Microsoft has announced that it has hired Mark Penn, who previously worked for both Bill and Hillary Clinton, to be its new Corporate Vice President for Strategic and Special Projects.