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July 24, 2008 8:40 AM

Confirmed: Microsoft's Johnson to Juniper Networks

Posted by Benjamin J. Romano

Network equipment maker Juniper Networks this morning confirmed that Kevin Johnson, 47, the former president of Microsoft's huge Platforms and Services Division, will be its new chief executive officer, beginning in September.

The Wall Street Journal reported Johnson's departure Wednesday. Microsoft followed the report with an announcement of a significant reorganization of Johnson's division.

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