Dean Hachamovitch, the corporate vice president of Internet Explorer, is taking on a new role at Microsoft.
Hachamovitch is taking on a new job on a new, unspecified team after working on IE for the past nine years, he blogged on Monday.
"I'm changing roles at Microsoft, and excited to start a new team to take on something new," Hachamovitch said in his post.
I asked Microsoft executives if they're commenting on his next position or who will take his place heading up IE. A spokesperson said Microsoft execs had no comment beyond Hachamovitch's blog … Read more