The search for a new Microsoft (MSFT) CEO is exposing divisions of opinion among directors of the company, says the Wall Street Journal. According to sources, directors on Microsoft's CEO search committee have approached at least two Microsoft executives and at least eight outsiders, added the WSJ. The outsiders include Ford's (F) CEO Alan Mulally, Oracle (ORCL) President Mark Hurd and Nokia (NOK) executive Stephen Elop, continued the WSJ.
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