Experience unfinished apps in the company’s workshop.
At $1.7B, it’s not just a flesh wound.
There are significant innovation, hiring and ecosystem benefits to buying from a market leader.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced some big changes to its executive board.
Sadly, there will be no Detroit-to-Redmond road trip.
Microsoft announced that its search for a new CEO will continue through early 2014.
Who will replace Steve Ballmer? It’s down to the car guy and several internal candidates, Reuters reports.
Ford CEO’s star is rising as a candidate to be Microsoft’s next CEO, but is he the right person for the job?
Think Steve Ballmer’s resignation will cure what ails Microsoft? You’re grasping at straws. (No, Nokia isn’t going to help.)
What Microsoft needs to do to regain relevance, and the hazards it faces along the way.
Under Ballmer’s leadership, Microsoft made piecemeal forays into social media. His successor will need to be bolder.
Despite churning out record profits, Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer eviscerated the company’s credibility with developers, resulting in a decade of stagnation.
Installing Stephen Elop as Ballmer’s successor could give Microsoft a leg up in its transition to a devices and services company.