Microsoft investors discuss Ford and CSC heads for CEO

The shortlist for Microsoft’s next CEO appears to be getting shorter as investors narrow down the potential candidates they want leading the company. A report from Reuters states that both Ford CEO Alan Mulally and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) CEO Mike Lawrie are being pushed by at least three of the top-20 Microsoft investors to fill the CEO position. The report also claims that Microsoft originally had a list of around 40 names which has since been pared down to a more manageable number as the year’s end approaches. One would assume this news does not discount the chances of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop still being a prime candidate, especially considering Ford’s adamant stance that Mulally will not consider leaving until the

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