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Elop reportedly on board with killing Bing, Xbox as next Microsoft CEO

Members of Microsoft’s Bing team should get their résumés updated if Stephen Elop becomes the company’s new CEO. Unnamed sources tell Bloomberg that if Elop replaces Steve Ballmer as Microsoft’s chief executive, he will consider killing off money-losing operations such as its Bing search engine and its Xbox video game console. Elop would also try to sharpen the company’s focus and would make a cross-platform Microsoft Office that works on the iPad one of his top priorities. In signaling that he’s on board with whacking Bing and the Xbox, Elop is following the advice of Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen and Nomura

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