TNW has obtained copies of the internal memos sent by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and departing CFO Peter Klein concerning the latter’s departure. That exit was announced as part of Microsoft’s quarterly earnings.
Naturally, the news of Klein’s departure comes at a time in which Microsoft is undergoing a number of transitions, including revamping its core business model to focus on the sale of devices, and the delivery of services, instead of the vending of what we tend to lovingly call...Read Full Story
At this point are Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer and Peter Klein’s domestic memos regarding the CFO’s exit
Article by http://www.Aptopakkushop.At/ : TNW has obtained copies of the domestic memos sent by Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer and departing CFO Peter Klein with regard to the latter’s departure. With the intention of exit was announced equally part of Microsoft’s weekly rate.
Unpretentiously, the news of Klein’s departure comes by the side of a schedule concerning...Read Full Story
Tech companies are invariably making news - fortunately for me personally as this is a tech website. Who're we checking out now?One fascinating topic of conversation is Windows Phone and BlackBerry. Let's check it out shall we?- Here's To Another Crazy One: Microsoft's Steve Ballmer Narrates Windows Phone 8 Ad from techcrunch.com- iPhone, Android (operating system) Embraced at United States Department of Defense from www.webpronews.comWhat else is there? Well, there's Scott Forstall and Apple...Read Full Story
Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO
Under the heading: “Lies we tell ourselves” –this quote:
“Google’s not a real company. It’s a house of cards.”
That’s Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft. He’s a super smart guy, so we chuckle in that superior and satisfied way (as I type on my Apple Air Notebook). I came across this quote recently, did a bit of research and believe he really said it. (“The problem with internet quotes is you don’t know if they’re true.” ~ Abraham Lincoln) I can’t find an...Read Full Story
Microsoft’s chief research and strategy officer, Craig Mundie, has moved into a new role as a senior advisor to the firm’s CEO, according to his profile page on the Microsoft website.
The new position means that Mundie will be working on “key strategic projects within the company”, as well as liasing with government and industry figures around the world on technology policy, regulation and standards.
The move, which will have him reporting directly to Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer, will...Read Full Story
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