Microsoft CPO and Surface guru Panos Panay quits

‘After 19 incredible years at Microsoft, I’ve decided to turn the page and write the next chapter,’ Panay says

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Panos Panay: Source Wikimedia. Credit: Kimberly Thompson Panay
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Panos Panay: Source Wikimedia. Credit: Kimberly Thompson Panay

Panos Panay, Microsoft’s chief product officer and a 19-plus-year veteran of the tech giant, is leaving.

Panay confirmed his departure Monday in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter. "After 19 incredible years at Microsoft, I've decided to turn the page and write the next chapter," he said. "I'm ...

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