As the search for a new CEO for Microsoft Corp. continues, eBay Inc. CEO John Donahoe says he's committed to staying on at his current job.
Speculation has mounted as to who will succeed Steve Ballmer after the Microsoft chief executive said in August that he'd step down in the ensuring 12 months.
Reports have thrown up names ranging from Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally to former Microsoft executive and now Pivotal CEO Paul Maritz.
Asked if Microsoft had contacted him for the job, Donahoe told The Associated Press Wednesday, "I'm very happy doing what I'm doing at eBay."
The company is on the first year of a three-year plan to boost the volume of online commerce it enables to $300 billion in 2015 from $175 billion in 2012.
"I think we have a lot of work left to do," Donahoe said. "I'm committed to following through at eBay."