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Microsoft Restructuring Official, Julie Larson-Green Heading Up Xbox Division

Posted on Thursday, July 11 @ 08:50:48 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Earlier today, Microsoft announced a major corporate restructuring. The Xbox sector will now be lumped into a new division the company is calling its "Devices and Studios Engineering Group."

Just as we suspected, the head of this new group will be Julie Larson-Green, the former Windows Chief. She will now be responsible for overseeing all of Microsoft's gaming, video, and music content.

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer shared the following memo, outlining the company's new strategy:

We are rallying behind a single strategy as one company - not a collection of divisional strategies. Although we will deliver multiple devices and services to execute and monetize the strategy, the single core strategy will drive us to set shared goals for everything we do.

Do you think Microsoft is on the right track? Could this corporate reshuffling be just what the Xbox One needs? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments below.

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