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The pressure of competing with Microsoft appears to be getting to Adobe's boss. Its CEO Bruce Chizen today lashed out at his former employer, describing Microsoft as a bloated, heartless empire. Chizen, speaking at a Churchill Club event here at the Computer History Museum, at first tried to avoid any direct attacks against Microsoft, even though he was tossed a softball question about the apparent reasons behind Microsoft's recent executive reorganization. Many pundits painted the executive shuffle as Microsoft's admission that its corporate structure had become inefficient and inadequate. Adobe's CEO, however, wouldn't be drawn.