/// Microsoft Names Amy Hood New CFO, the First Woman To Hold the Post

May 8, 2013  |  All Things Digital

Microsoft on Wednesday said that finance executive Amy Hood is taking over as CFO, effective immediatly. Hood replaces Peter Klein, who last month announced plans to step down . “Amy brings the right talents and experiences to the role as we continue to strengthen our focus on devices and services,” CEO Steve Ballmer said in a statement. The 41-year-old Hood has been at Microsoft for just more than a decade, most recently serving as financial chief for the unit that includes Office. With the move, Hood becomes the first woman to serve as financial chief. Microsoft also named Julie Larson-Green and Tami Reller to head the Windows business, also marking the first time that unit was not headed by a man.

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Microsoft Names Amy Hood New CFO, the First Woman To Hold the Post

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