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It’s official: Microsoft’s CEO search is over. Following recent reports, the software giant is appointing Satya Nadella as its new CEO to replace Steve Ballmer. 46-year-old Nadella will take over immediately, allowing Ballmer to retire early. Nadella had been part of a number of candidates that Microsoft was believed to have interviewed for the role, with the company originally pushing to name its Ballmer successor before the end of last year. Despite the search extending into 2014, the timing of the CEO announcement is important as it places Nadella in charge ahead of the closure of Microsoft’s Nokia deal and its ongoing reorganization.While Nadella takes over as CEO, co-founder Bill Gates is stepping down as chairman today and his new official title is technology advisor. “I’m thrilled that Satya has asked me to step up, substantially increasing my time at the company,” says Gates in a videocommenting on Nadella. “I’ll have over a third of my time available to meet with product groups and it’ll be fun to define this next round of products working together.”
Ok, Satya, I’m kind of a fan of Windows Phone and Windows 8, but I use a Mac and an iPhone. Let’s see what you can do here.