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Sinofsky captivated by Andreessen Horowitz, becomes board partner

Juan Carlos Perez | Aug. 23, 2013
Sinofsky has joined as a board partner, a role in which he will represent Andreessen Horowitz on the board of the companies it invests in.

In December, Sinofsky disclosed that he would teach at the Harvard Business School this spring, and in Thursday's blog post he reiterated that he will continue being an Entrepreneur In Residence there as well as "pursue other business and product development opportunities that arise."

In May of this year, he publicly defended Windows 8 sales, and in July struck a "retirement agreement" with Microsoft in which he received a payout for unvested stock. In return, he agreed to some concessions that, among other things, prevent him from working for certain Microsoft competitors and from speaking badly about Microsoft products.


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