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Apple's iPhone Is Now Worth More Than All Of Microsoft
One Apple product, something that didn't exist five years ago, has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer.
Microsoft Bonds Offer 3.5%+ Yields
Several fixed-income issues from the firm, however, offer some attractive corporate bond yields for potential investors. For investors wary of the risks in MSFT equities or equities in general, take a look at a few of MSFT's corporate bonds that offer ...
25 Years Later, Microsoft Unveils A Revamped Corporate Logo
Microsoft has a new look. The company just took the wraps off its new corporate branding. Replacing its previous logo is a staunch, four-pane colored window very reminiscent of the grid layout scheme found in Microsoft's latest products. Microsoft is ...
What is Microsoft's Motivation Behind Its Logo Change?  Benzinga
Microsoft updates its logo for the 1st time in 25 years  KIRO Seattle
Evaluating Investment Risk In Microsoft
The above graph shows Microsoft's cash and debt positions over time, both long and short term debt. Between 1994-2008 the company held no debt. Post 2008 the company decided to issue debt. In 2011, the company again had no short term debt, but close ...
Microsoft Corporate Mission Statement and Values:
The Microsoft mission statement is so big, that it fails to provide any clear direction about products, purpose, or specific outcomes.
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Microsoft's Make Or Break Moment
Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows 8/Surface rollout is the most important event in the company's history since the release of Windows 3.1.
Microsoft Office a big draw for Windows tablets?  CNET
The road to the iPad mini  ITProPortal
Microsoft's Surface Can Leverage Education Market
On October 26, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) will release its Windows 8 software and Surface tablet as an effectively packaged deal.
Microsoft CEO To Visit Israel For The Third Time  ValueWalk
Beware of “Micro-Soft Sweepstakes Promotion” Scam
It started circulating back in 2008. In 2009, the fraudsters changed the name of the company from “Microsoft” to “Microword” and started sending it out once again.
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Ditches Legalese in its EULAs
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has apparently softened its legal documentation known as “fine print” or - in official terms - the End User License Agreement (EULA), for its Windows 8 operating system.
Microsoft, The Cheap And Innovative iPad Killer
I'll start off with Tradevestor's thesis: that the company and stock have gone nowhere. Let's start with the stock price.
Microsoft drops 'Metro' name for Windows 8 UI  ITP.net