Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Microsoft Employs Trilogy chairman John W Stanton as member of Board of Directors

With the recent continuous change by Microsoft, one can't help but imagine what Microsoft is up. First it was Peggy Johnson of Qualcomm that was employed as a top Executive and  now it osTrilogy Chairman John W. Stanton as a member of the Board of Directors. Hmm well read the gist .....

Mrs Peggy Johnson Employed as top Executive by Microsoft

microsoft John W Stanton
John W Stanton

Microsoft today announced that John W. Stanton,
wireless industry pioneer and chairman of Trilogy
Equity Partners has been appointed to the
company’s board of directors, increasing the
board’s size to 11 members. John W. Thompson,
Microsoft chairman said that “John brings
extraordinary experience in the mobile
communications industry and deep business
acumen, and we are delighted that he is joining
Microsoft’s board of directors.”

Microsoft chief executive officer Satya Nadella
commented the following regarding John,
“John’s insights into mobility around the globe and
his expertise in working with organizations as CEO
and as a board member will be invaluable as we
transform Microsoft for growth and leadership in
the mobile-first, cloud-first world.”
Stanton will join the Compensation Committee of the
Microsoft board.

In addition to Stanton, Microsoft’s board of directors
consists of John W. Thompson, Microsoft chairman
and chief executive officer of Virtual Instruments;
Steve Ballmer, former chief executive officer of
Microsoft; Dina Dublon, former chief financial officer
of JPMorgan Chase; Bill Gates, Microsoft founder
and technology advisor; Maria M. Klawe, president,
Harvey Mudd College; David F. Marquardt, general
partner at August Capital; G. Mason Morfit,
president, ValueAct Capital; Satya Nadella,
Microsoft chief executive officer; Charles H. Noski,
former vice chairman of Bank of America Corp.; and
Dr. Helmut Panke, former chairman of the board of
management at BMW AG.

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