Microsoft CFO leaves for fiber-optic startup

It's pretty common to hear about executives leaving their traditional jobs for new Internet startup companies, but I would think being a top executive at Microsoft would have all the perks you'd want. Apparently that's not the case. has a story about the MS CFO leaving. The article speculates he left because he was rich, bored, and wanting new challenges. Now this is the way to have a mid-life crisis.
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