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Corporate VP, Windows Phone Division, Microsoft Corporation

Terry Myerson is corporate vice president of the Windows Phone Division, overseeing the strategy, development, marketing and sales of Microsoft software and services for Windows Phones worldwide.

Previously, Myerson led the team responsible for delivering the software at the heart of Windows Phone 7.0 and Windows Phone 7.5 handsets, including the user interface, applications, supporting Web services, and the operating system.

Myerson, who received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Duke University, joined Microsoft in 1997, after the company he founded, Interse Corporation, was acquired by Microsoft. Prior to leading the Windows Phone team, he led the Exchange team for eight years, during which time it became the world’s most popular business communications system.

Posts With Terry Myerson

Veteran Microsoft Engineer Jon DeVaan Leaving After Almost 30 Years

DeVaan is one of several longtime technical execs whose position in Redmond has been unclear since a September reorganization of the Windows unit.
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Windows Unit Gets Fresh Leaders as Phone, PC and Xbox Efforts Move Closer Together

Microsoft is putting together responsibility for the software engineering work that goes into the company’s phone, PC and Xbox.
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Microsoft Wants to Keep Licensing Windows Phone to Others, Post-Nokia Deal

Microsoft will be the biggest maker of Windows Phones once it buys Nokia’s device business. But it hopes it won’t be the only one.
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British Bookmaker Taking Bets on Next Microsoft CEO

And Bill Gates is one of the longest shots on the list, at 50 to 1.
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Call: Ballmer on How There Can Be Only One at Microsoft

And by one, we mean a whole lot of voices.
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Update: As Microsoft Restructuring Nears, Top Execs Fret Over Their Fate

Coming soon to a software giant near you!
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Microsoft, Nokia Target Low End in Effort to Crack Tough U.S. Market

The Lumia 521, which goes on sale at Walmart and Microsoft stores next week, sells for around $150 without a contract.
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Google Glass, Workday and “WTF, Firefox OS?” — 10 Things You Need to See on AllThingsD This Week

A convenient roundup of the Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week.
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WhatsApp, Snapchat and the Real “Second Screen” — 10 Things You Missed at Day Two of Dive Into Mobile

A quick catch-up guide to the second and final day of our global mobile conference.
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Microsoft’s Terry Myerson Slams Android (Video)

Sharp words from a “challenger.”
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