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�I Bleed Microsoft� Says Ballmer, But Quits Microsoft's Board
Former Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) CEO, Steve Ballmer, resigned from the company's Board of Directors. Ballmer cited other engagements for leaving the position but insisted that he will continue to serve the company in his capacity as shareholder.
Ballmer Steps Down From Microsoft Corporation Board  ValueWalk
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)'s Former CEO Steve Ballmer Resigns from Board  Tech Insider
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Should Microsoft Corporation Throw in the Smartphone Towel?
There were a couple of surprises in store for second place Apple , as well as Microsoft 's Windows Phone OS -- and they weren't good.
Have Microsoft Corporation's Surface Tablets Really Lost Nearly $2 Billion?
According to some recent computations from Computerworld and a tech industry analyst, about $1.7 billion in red ink bad. Of course, in Microsoft's recently completed fiscal 2014 the company generated close to $87 billion in revenue, so $1.7 billion isn ...
Here's Why Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 Will Not Succeed  Bidness Etc
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Why Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)'s Largest Shareholder and Former CEO ...
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) will bid adieu to its former CEO Steve Ballmer from the Company's Board. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) announced this development in a post on its News Center page by publishing Ballmer's resignation ...
Judge rules on warrant for Microsoft emails
NEW YORK -- U.S. law enforcement can force Microsoft Corp. to turn over emails it stores in Ireland, a judge ruled in a case that technology companies have rallied around as they pursue billions of dollars in data storage business abroad.
Microsoft ordered by US judge to submit customer's emails from abroad  Reuters
Microsoft ordered to produce overseas customer email addresses by US judge  The Guardian
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Microsoft's Blunder And A Window To The Future
On Friday, Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) recommended uninstalling its August update after users reported that it was causing the notorious Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) issue in some computers.
Microsoft Investors Need To Be Skeptical About Windows 9  Seeking Alpha (registration)
Microsoft Requests Users to Uninstall Update due to Blue Screens (of Death)  The Utah People's Post
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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) CEO Nadella Being Cut Slack in Wake of Azure ...
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)'s new CEO Satya Nadella has had an eventful six months on the job since taking over as Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)'s head in February. As Bloomberg reported earlier today, despite being a major ...
Microsoft's Azure Down For Five Hours In Global Outage  Bidness Etc
Global 'Monday Blues' For Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)'s Azure ...  StockWise Daily
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Is Microsoft Corporation's Latest Lumia Phone Going to Be a Flop?
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) is in a serious time of transition. The company recently completed its acquisition of Nokia devices, its new CEO, Satya Nadella just laid off 18,000 employees, and the company is in the middle of killing off Nokia Android ...
Microsoft's Pocket Friendly $25 Phone For Asia And Africa  Investing.com
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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), Apple Inc. (AAPL) Need a Breakthrough in ...
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), whose share price is up 20% this year and was trending up around 0.25% in the morning session, is a company that has been trying to project itself in recent times as a business with greater energy and a clearer ...
Stock Update: Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) � [video] No Ballmer ...  Jutia Group
Microsoft: Time For A Dividend Raise  Seeking Alpha (registration)
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Microsoft Corporation Unwraps New Tools for App Developers
When Satya Nadella was named just the third CEO in Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT ) long history in February, he made it clear that he did not exactly share former chief Steve Ballmer's vision for the tech juggernaut to become a "devices and services" company.
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