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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.
Closing the window on Microsoft Corporation's XP  SMEweb
Its curtains for Microsoft Corporation's Windows XP  Financial Express
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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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Here's Why Microsoft Corporation Shares Might Underperform
What: Shares of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) traded sluggishly on Monday after Deutsche Bank downgraded the software behemoth from buy to hold.
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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Most Active Options Update: Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)
The 20 stocks listed in the table below have attracted the highest total options volume during the past 10 trading days. Names highlighted are new to the list since the last time the study was run, and data is courtesy of Schaeffer's Senior ...
Company Update (NASDAQ:MSFT): [video] Tech Yeah! Why Microsoft's Xbox ...  Jutia Group
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Why is Microsoft Corporation Surging Today?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI ) has surged 0.8% higher in midafternoon trading Monday. But that's nothing next to Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) , which posted the strongest gain on the blue-chip index today. Microsoft shares soared ...
Microsoft names new Xbox chief, promotes enterprise/cloud chief  Seeking Alpha
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT): Guthrie, Spencer, and Elop put in new roles  Pulse 2.0
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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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Nokia's Parting Gifts for Microsoft Corporation
When Nokia (NYSE: NOK ) recently announced that the $7.2 billion deal to sell its devices and services unit to Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) had been delayed, there wasn't panic in the streets, but it did turn a few heads.
Microsoft Corp (MSFT)-Nokia Deal Approved By Chinese Authorities  Opptrends
Company Update: Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) � Nokia wins ...  Jutia Group
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Microsoft Corporation(NASDAQ:MSFT) Sold 311000 Xbox One Consoles in March
On a company blog, Microsoft Corporation(NASDAQ:MSFT), citing data from NPD Group, said that in March it sold 311,000 Xbox One units.
Sony's Playstation 4's Unit Sales Cross 7 Million  Bidness Etc
Under New Management, a Renewed Focus on Gaming Will Drive Xbox One  Motley Fool
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Microsoft Corporation Reluctantly Cuts Xbox One Price by $50
Microsoft Corporation Xbox One Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) has recently followed the lead of major retailers Wal Mart, Target, and Best Buy in dropping the price of the Xbox One console and game bundle from $500 to $450.
What's Wrong With Microsoft Corporation Today?  Motley Fool
Market Update (NASDAQ:MSFT): Will Microsoft Give The Xbox One A $50 Price ...  Jutia Group
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New CEO Satya Nadella pushes data culture at Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Corporation needs a �data culture� to thrive in the new computing environment, according to chief executive officer Satya Nadella, in his third public appearance in three weeks putting his imprint on the software company.
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