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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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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)
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Microsoft Blew It With Windows Mobile And Windows Phone
Because Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer did not have an answer for Google's Android or Apple's iPhone, it is not really a surprise that Apple generates more revenue from the sale of iPhones than Microsoft generates as a company during the last 12 months.
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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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Microsoft announces Office 2013 prices and packaging
Microsoft officially announced pricing and packaging details for Office 2013 today. For Office customers, especially home and small business users, there are some surprises.
Microsoft's Office 365 Home Premium to cost $99.99 annually per subscription  Computerworld
Microsoft Office 365 Review  Notebook Review
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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.
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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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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Readies Windows 8, Surface Tablet
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has been chattered about often in recent weeks leading up to the eventual unveil of its new Windows 8 operatings system and its proprietary Surface tablet computer.
Steve Ballmer: Microsoft's future is in making hardware, not just software  Computerworld (blog)
Microsoft CEO Ballmer Hints That Surface Tablet Price to be Between $300 to ...  Benzinga
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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Windows 8 Can't Be Labeled: Developer
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is one company that is trying to straddle the line between the PC experience and the tablet world with its Windows 8 operating system, which is due out in late October.
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