\u00a0Plus: Southwest Airlines Promotes Two IT ExecutivesMicrosoft CIO Ron Markezich\u00a0is losing his boss. eWeek Channel Insider reported yesterday that Rick Devenuti (at left), Microsoft\u2019s SVP of enterprise services and IT, is retiring from the company. The 48-year-old executive wants to spend more time with his family and plan his next career move, according to eWeek.\u00a0 CIO got Devenuti to dish about his job in a Q&A in 2003.\u00a0 And here\u2019s an earlier Movers & Shakers announcement about Devenuti.Bob Jordan and Jan Marshall are feeling the love at Southwest Airlines. The two IT executives were recently promoted.\u00a0 Jordon was named EVP of strategy, procurement and technology, while Marshall went from chief development officer to VP of technology and CIO.\u00a0 Marshall reports to Jordan, and Jordan reports to\u00a0 Southwest CEO Gary Kelly.\u00a0 Jordan, who began his 18-year-tenure with company as a programmer analyst, most recently served as SVP of enterprise spend management.\u00a0 Newell Rubbermaid today announced a reorganization that at first blush looks like it\u2019s going to be good for its CIO, Gordon Steele.\u00a0 As part of the reorg, Steele will report to Newell Rubbermaid President and CEO Mark Ketchum. Previously, Steele reported to the CFO, Pat Robinson.\u00a0 Steele joined the Atlanta-based company in 2005 from Nike.