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The company's shares jumped 7% on Friday on news that often-embattled and rarely popular CEO Steve Ballmer will retire in the next 12 months. News that Ballmer will finallytake a bow was music to Wall Street's ears, apparently, but Fitz-Gerald was singing a different tune.
Fitz-Gerald gave his own shortlist of replacement candidates for Ballmer's MSFT gig, along with his prescription for turning the faded tech giant around, and the conditions to be met before he'd grab Microsoft stock for himself.
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