Cause for celebration?

Discussion in 'Windows 8 News' started by Trouble, Aug 23, 2013.

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    Trouble, Aug 23, 2013
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    Isn't this a touch premature? He will still be at the helm for the better part of a year.
     
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    I believe that, that may be the whole concept of in actually being news
     
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    So are you doing a preliminary happy dance with anticipation of doing the "official" happy dance when he leaves the company?
     
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    No celebration here. Steve Ballmer has brought me a lot of advantages over the years. Yes, he made a couple of mistakes - don't we all.
    imho, the timing is bad. His departure is being linked with Windows 8 and the bad publicity. I don't see it as being associated with that.
     
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