Microsoft is seen here in Redmond. (Jiaqian AirplaneFan)

Microsoft is seen here in Redmond. (Jiaqian AirplaneFan)

Ex-director of Microsoft sports marketing is guilty of fraud

Jeff Tran attempted to steal more than $1.5 million from Microsoft by creating fraudulent invoices.

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