With all the people who have left Microsoft recently (like MartinTaylor, Michael Wehrs, Jesper Johansson, Robert Scoble, Niall Kennedy, Vic Gundotra, the list goes on), one important departure seems to have been ignored.
Charles Stevens retired in March. Not sure why he's still listed on the company executives page. Stevens was a corporate vice president who worked on the big money accounts; he oversaw sales of server products and support to large companies.
He stayed on at Microsoft for a few months in a special projects role with division president Jeff Raikes, Microsoft said, but has completed those projects and really retired. A native of Great Britain, Stevens joined Microsoft in 1984.