Microsoft CFO to leave; profit, shares rise

Microsoft CFO Peter Klein takes questions during a Reuters Global Technology Summit in New YorkBy Bill Rigby SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp Chief Financial Officer Peter Klein is leaving at the end of June after 3-1/2 years in the post, as the world's biggest software company struggles with sharply declining personal computer sales and a lukewarm reception for the new Windows 8 operating system. Klein, an 11-year Microsoft veteran, is the latest in a line of top-level executives to leave the company, following Windows head Steven Sinofsky last November. …

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