December 14, 2001

Microsoft appoints compliance officers

Author: JT Smith

CNET: "Odell Guyton, 46, a former federal prosecutor, will become Microsoft's director of compliance,
overseeing the company's compliance assurance program, as required under the proposed
consent decree.

Guyton most recently served as a compliance officer at University
of Pennsylvania. He was a prosecutor for 12 years, five of them as
an assistant U.S. attorney with the Justice Department.

David Dadoun, 37, a former
Federal Trade Commission antitrust
enforcement lawyer, will serve as
internal antitrust compliance officer
to administer the company's antitrust
compliance program."

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