How Stephen Elop intends to reform Microsoft should he becomes CEO

An article concerning potential Microsoft CEO Stephen Elop shows us some of his plans to reform the company. These plans include possibly shutting down Bing, turning Office into a freemium service, and selling the Xbox.

The technology press is abuzz this morning after Bloomberg published an article concerning what Nokia’s – and soon Microsoft’s again! – Stephen Elop would do to reform Microsoft should he be selected as its next CEO. He is widely tipped as a leading candidate for that role as he is set to return to Microsoft as an executive vice president once the sale of Nokia’s hardware business to the Redmond-based software giant is consummated.

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By Carl Durrek

Carl is a gaming fanatic, forever stuck on Reddit and all-around lover of food.

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