The former boss of Nokia, Stephen Elop, is to leave Microsoft as part of a management reshuffle.
Mr Elop joined the company in 2013 when Microsoft bought the Finnish company's handset business.
He had been considered a possible chief executive, before the current boss, Satya Nadella, was appointed.
Mr Nadella said the changes would "enable us to deliver better products and services that our customers love at a more rapid pace".
The changes were announced in an email to staff in which Mr Nadella said he would "regret the loss of leadership" that Mr Elop's departure represented.
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