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LA Times: Microsoft Creates Division to Devise, Implement Web Strategy

Apr 01, 2000, 17:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Microsoft Corp., in a reorganization aimed at bolstering its growing online focus, named longtime No. 3 executive and key technical strategist Paul Maritz to head up a new division built around the Internet, Windows software and new devices."

"Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates has said this initiative is even more crucial to the company's future than its bruising battle with Netscape Communications to dominate the Internet browser market."

"'They really are just trying to figure out what it is going to be,' said Rob Enderle, a longtime Microsoft watcher and analyst for Giga Information Group."

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