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3 Huge New Reasons To Invest In Microsoft Now
In recent times, tech news headlines have been dominated by the LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD) and Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN) IPOs and the growing anticipation over the FaceBook and Twitter IPOs.
Microsoft outsources copyright enforcement to small Redmond company
Pulin Thakkar, a 15-year veteran of Microsoft, is the company's founder. He has a background in VoIP and SIP protocols (with several related patents to his name), and no legal background.
Microsoft: Dividend Growth Analysis For Long-Term Investors
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) traded ex-dividend on 5/15/2012 with a payout of $0.20 per share. This is an increase of 25% over the $0.16 paid in the same quarter last year.
Microsoft Presents 50% Upside
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is a multinational software company concentrating on developing and licensing products and services for a range of stationary and mobile devices.
A Stock That Buffett Likes, But Cannot Buy
Warren Buffett told CNBC a while back that he thinks Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is a good company and an "attractive" investment.
Other Than Facebook, Microsoft's Investments Haven't Worked Out So Well
Last week, Microsoft invested $300 million in a new joint venture with Barnes & Noble's digital division. Microsoft has only done five of these equity investments in the last decade. It's much more likely for Microsoft to acquire companies outright, or ...
Forbes names Microsoft's Steve Ballmer worst CEO – for all the wrong reasons
According to Forbes contributor Adam Hartung, Steve Ballmer is “the worst CEO of a large publicly traded American company today.” Ballmer, writes Hartung, has abandoned important markets (mobile music, handsets, and tablets), damaged the long-term ...
The Battle For Third Place: BlackBerry BB10 Vs. Microsoft Windows 8  Seeking Alpha
If VLC can ship a free DVD player, why can't Microsoft?
The economic reasons for doing so are compelling (see Microsoft's follow-up FAQ for details), but it's also a potentially disruptive move for some Windows enthusiasts.
Microsoft bans Firefox on ARM-based Windows, Mozilla says
"First I want to really see if Microsoft is intent on pursuing this path. They could have a subsequent release that allows third-party browsers," Anderson said.
Microsoft bans third-party browsers from Windows on ARM  ExtremeTech
Mozilla says Microsoft won't allow rival browsers on ARM Windows desktop  Ars Technica
Android, Apple Own 80% of Global Smartphone Market: Microsoft's Share, 2.2%
Of the 152.3 million smartphones shipped in the calendar quarter ending in March, 59 percent had Android on them and 23 percent ran Apple iOS, according to a report released Thursday by International Data Corporation (IDC). That's nearly a 30 percent ...
Samsung The King Of Android With 45.4% Of All Global Shipments In Q1 2012  Android Police