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Microsoft’s chief of worldwide services, Michael Sinneck, is leaving the company, according to a report today on Sinneck, who was recruited from IBM Global Services nearly two years ago is reportedly leaving for personal reasons to return to the East Coast.

Rick Devenuti, Microsoft’s worldwide CIO, will assume Sinneck’s duties in an “expanded role” as vice president of worldwide services which will now include both Microsoft Consulting Services and Premier Support Services, as well as internal IT.

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