Microsoft CIO Jim DuBois leaves as the company restructures

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DuBois rose up through the ranks at Microsoft over more than two decades

Jim DuBois, Microsoft's chief information officer, is to leave the company after more than two decades - just as Microsoft gears up to lay-off up to 4,000 staff.  DuBois had been at Microsoft si...

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