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How Microsoft and HP avoid corporate taxes
It's no secret that some of America's largest corporations engage in complicated accounting in order to minimize their taxes.
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7 Reasons To Buy Microsoft Today
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is a cash cow dividend stock. I have accumulated a position based upon the company's focus upon dividend growth.
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Microsoft Partners With And Invests In Mimvi
Mimvi, Inc. (MIMV.OB) announced that it has finalized a partnership agreement with Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) to develop a number of products and services to complement Microsoft's Windows Azure and Windows Mobile 8 Platforms.
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Microsoft Blew It With Windows Mobile And Windows Phone
On September 5th, Nokia (NYSE:NOK) announced its two newest Lumia smartphone devices that will be running on Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone 8 operating system at Nokia World 2012. We were disappointed in how Nokia handled the ...
Fierce competition between Windows Phone 8 makers expected
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Is Microsoft An Attractive Buy As Its Dividend Grows?
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock is infamous for being one of the most stagnant stocks on the market. The company's shares have for the most part traded between $20 and $35 over the past ten years with no distinguishable growth trend. At over $31 in what ...
Apple Inc (AAPL) Is A Better Investment Than Google and Microsoft (MSFT)  Insider Monkey (blog)
Microsoft to Release Permanent Repair for Internet Explorer's Security Flaw  Opposing Views
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Piracy Drives Microsoft To The Cloud
But Microsoft's strategy is far deeper than just smartphones; if anything, it is the company's entrenched enterprise business that it is trying to leverage to gain smartphone and tablet market share.
Windows 8 Is A Big Gamble That Microsoft Must Take To Stay Alive In ...  International Business Times
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Microsoft: The Next Ashton-Tate
There's a long list of top-five software companies that went to nearly nothing in a flash: Software Publishing Corporation, Borland, Ashton-Tate, Openwave, and so on. I worked for several of these. So I can provide credible assurance that Microsoft ...
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Revisiting Microsoft's Dividend Growth
Investors need not fret much about it because Microsoft took some one time charges in its latest quarter and hence reported its first ever loss as a public company in July 2012. But, given the company's steady business one can safely assume the ...
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Double Your Microsoft Dividend With Call Options
Microsoft pays a lower dividend yield than other tech giants, such as Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) with a 3.44% yield and Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO), which recently increased its dividend substantially, with a 2.94% yield. One way to increase ...
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Microsoft: Lumbering Giant No More?
Microsoft will need to find an up-and-coming technology to put it's stamp on to boost their company. The easiest way for Microsoft to do that is if they became the first to truly enter the NFC technology field. With established companies like Walmart ...
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