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Gates's successor has tough act to follow at Microsoft

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / June 17, 2006

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Microsoft's problems are now Ray Ozzie's problems. In stepping into Bill Gates's role as the chief software architect for the world's largest software company, the soft-spoken Massachusetts technology developer is inheriting a hornet's nest of challenges, ranging from sweeping changes in the way computer software is packaged and delivered to the simple fact that he's not Bill. (Full article: 822 words)

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