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Here's Why Microsoft Corporation Shares Might Underperform
While Fools should generally take the opinion of Wall Street with a grain of salt, it's not a bad idea to take a look at particularly stock-shaking analyst upgrades and downgrades -- just in case their reasoning behind the call makes sense.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Ties Up With India's Micromax  USTrade Voice
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) to Reap Millions from Windows XP  US Trade Media
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The Sneaky Reason Microsoft Corporation Is Giving Away Windows Phone OS
At its Build Conference, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) announced that it's going to start giving away the Windows Phone operating system for free to device makers that use it in smartphones and tables with screens smaller than nine inches.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) � Stock Showing Signs Of Weakness  USTrade Voice
Its curtains for Microsoft Corporation's Windows XP  Financial Express
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Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) | BMC Software and Microsoft Azure ...
Summary (NASDAQ:MSFT) : Microsoft Corporation develops, licenses, and supports software, services, and hardware devices. Its Windows division offers Windows operating system; Windows Services suite of applications and Web services, including ...
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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Will Still Make Millions From XP
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) will still make millions of dollars from Windows XP, the more than a decade old version of its Windows operating system despite the fact that it stopped selling the software in 2010 and recently ceased supporting it.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)'s Windows 8.1 Update Puts Users In A Fix  US Trade Media
Is Windows An Ecosystem In Decline?  Seeking Alpha
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Microsoft Corporation Is Becoming Just Like Google Inc With Office for iPad
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) is like Oprah of tech companies. It has tons of loot with close to $100 billion in cash and investments, and it's starting to give away stuff to its fans.
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Office for iPad Hits 12 Million Downloads  Opptrends
Microsoft's Deal With Apple A Lucrative Move?  Seeking Alpha
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This Microsoft Corporation Deal May Trump Office for iOS
It's taken a while, but patient fans of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) are finally beginning to see some signs of life, both from a new product and services perspective, as well as its stock price.
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT): How Microsoft Could Make Billions From ...  iStockAnalyst (press release)
New Microsoft Office apps for iPad heralds new era  Financial Express
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Microsoft unveils cloud data service, analytics platform, new database
Microsoft's (MSFT) new Azure Intelligent Systems Service allows companies to capture and manage machine data from various embedded devices and sensors, regardless of the OS they use.
Market Update (NASDAQ:MSFT): Microsoft delivers data platform for the era of ...  Jutia Group
New CEO Nadella Pushes Data Culture At Microsoft  IT Business Net
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For Microsoft Corporation, Skype Is Serious Business
What we do know is that voice, video, and messaging software is becoming more strategic to Microsoft's business. Specifically, Skype pairs with the company's "Lync" platform to form a unified communications offering for businesses. Sales of Lync ...
Microsoft Starts To Give Away Windows: Should Investors Give Away The Stock?  Seeking Alpha
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Microsoft Corporation most attractive employer, Sony India second: Randstad
Global software major Microsoft Corporation is the 'most attractive employer' in India, while IT, telecom and ITes are the most preferred sectors by the workforce, a survey by HR services firm Randstad said today.
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Thanks to Microsoft Corporation, PCs Held Up
The latest numbers on the global PC market have been released, and aren't as bad as many had feared. While shipments did fall, they had been expected to drop by 5.3%, but came in only down 4.4%, at 73.4 million units in the first quarter.
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