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Microsoft and Nokia sue Apple for Patent Infringement (via a Holding Company)
Core Wireless obtained its portfolio of 2,000 patents and pending applications from Nokia and (apparently) Microsoft. In 2011, the patent licensing entity MOSAID purchased Core Wireless.
How Corporations Are Helping To Solve The Education Crisis
Together with corporate partner Microsoft, Washington STEM aims to elevate the learning experiences of one million kids, bringing next-generation ideas, technologies, and curriculum to classrooms across the state.
Microsoft Cloud Keynote Illustrates Size Of Oracle Moat
After some time at Seeking Alpha, I have learned that principle means less to investors than the size of a company's "moat," the barriers to entry that let it keep its prices high and profits floating.
9 Brilliant Startup Tips with Former Yahoo! VP Bassel Ojjeh
Ojjeh's previous venture, DMX Group, was “yet another data company that I founded with a dear friend, was acquired by Yahoo,” he said.
To Boost Windows Azure, Microsoft Launches Company's First-Ever Startup ...
Today, Microsoft is launching the first startup accelerator* in the company's history in an effort to encourage more entrepreneurs to build their cloud-based applications using Windows Azure.
How America's Richest Companies Invest Their Cash
CEO Tim Cook's recent comment that the cash “is more than we need to run the company” had investors guessing - hoping - that means dividend.
Gifted Pakistani student secures job at Microsoft before graduation
A Pakistani computer science student is in the news these days for securing a job at world famous Microsoft Corporation and that too before his graduation.
Industrial Stocks Too Pricey? Compare Them to Tech Giants Microsoft, Intel
Manufacturing giants General Electric (GE), 3M (MMM), and United Technologies (UTX) all give an investor broad exposure to an expanding global economy - but why do they have to cost so much?
Nintex Appoints Ryan Duguid, a Microsoft SharePoint Veteran, to Leadership Team
BELLEVUE, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today Nintex (, a leading Microsoft SharePoint workflow company, announced that Ryan Duguid has joined Nintex as Vice President of Product Management.
Google vs. Microsoft: The hero becomes the villain
With Microsoft, the corporation's most evil behavior was tied to its tendency to aggressively attack competitors.