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MSN President, Online Services Group Qi Lu
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  • Great people but lots of politics

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    Pros

    Interesting work. Strong people in most cases. Multiple career paths. Reasonable comp/benefits. It can be fun to work on things that are so high profile. Watched multiple people start at lower level positions and work themselves into management (good development).

    Cons

    Can be frustrating because of big company challenges: slow to respond, constant political positioning to come out ahead in the next reorg. Comp is reasonable but not great.

    Advice to Management

    With the constant reorgs, accountability and the long view of the business gets lost. Those who implement their strategies move on to new roles before it's clear if the strategies worked. You're better off doing something that's good for the next 12 months than for the long term.


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    Great work culture nice place to work life work balance choose your own work hours work at least 32 hours per week which pays the bills and saves some for later

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Website www.msn.com
Headquarters Redmond, WA
Size Unknown
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors AOL, Google

You might say that MSN opens many windows to the Internet. MSN, a part of Microsoft's Online Services Division, is a leading provider of Internet content and services. Its msn.com Web portal provides a wide range of news, information, and entertainment content, as well as online shopping and a search service powered by Bing, Microsoft's search engine product. MSN also offers communications services such as its MSN Instant Messenger and the Web-based e-mail service Hotmail. All total, the MSN portal draws an audience of more than 100 million monthly users in the ... More

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