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Bill Rigby
Seattle, October 30, 2014
A company spokesman said 638 of the recent cuts were in Microsoft's home state of Washington, where it has its headquarters.

Bill Rigby
Seattle, October 21, 2014
The outsize number is mostly made up of the estimated value of certain one-time stock awards given to the Microsoft CEO. However, he cannot receive most of it until 2019.

New Delhi, September 30, 2014
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said a world-class (cloud) infrastructure, in the country's US $2 trillion cloud market, will help revitalise productivity.

September 4, 2014
Featuring PM Narendra Modi's speech, Manjul Bhargava on winning fields medal and more.

Bill Rigby
Seattle, August 20, 2014
Ballmer plans to spend more time on his newly acquired Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, but said he will hang on to his 4 per cent stake in Microsoft.

Bill Rigby
Seattle, July 18, 2014
The larger-than-expected cuts are the deepest in the software giant's 39-year history and come five months into CEO Satya Nadella's tenure.

Ron Grover and Bill Rigby
Los Angeles and Seattle, July 17, 2014
What could be the deepest job cuts in the company's 39-year history come five months into the tenure of Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella, who outlined plans for a \"leaner\" business in a public memo to employees last week.

Bill Rigby
Seattle, July 11, 2014
Satya Nadella said he would address detailed organizational and financial issues for the company's new financial year when Microsoft reports quarterly earnings on July 22.

Bill Rigby
Seattle, May 3, 2014
Bill Gates, who started the company that revolutionized personal computing with school-friend Paul Allen in 1975, has sold 20 million shares each quarter for most of the last dozen years under a pre-set trading plan.

Bill Rigby and Edwin Chan
San Francisco, April 16, 2014
Nadella, who took the helm in February, is seeking to push Microsoft further toward mobile and 'cloud,' or Internet-connected, computing.

New Delhi, April 5, 2014
Microsoft has announced that it will offer its Windows OS free to smartphone and tablet makers, a move that will help the firm compete with Google's Android and Apple's iOS in the fiercely competitive smart devices market.

Gerry Shih and Bill Rigby
San Francisco, March 28, 2014
Microsoft Corp's new CEO Satya Nadella made a polished debut on Thursday that set him apart from his energetic predecessor, signaling his plans to make mobile apps the top priority at the world's largest software company.

Bill Rigby
Seattle, March 26, 2014
When Nadella hosts his first major press conference this week, he's likely to describe - if not officially launch - versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint designed for Apple Inc's iPad, looking to cash in on a market worth up to $7 billion a year.

Associated Press
Los Angeles, March 18, 2014
Microsoft has also added new features and a free tier for all of the software's users, in moves clearly targeted at productivity software rival Evernote.

Bill Rigby
March 18, 2014
CEO Satya Nadella is expected to use his first big press appearance to launch the company's most profitable product in a version compatible with Apple Inc's popular tablet.

Nicola Leske
March 3, 2014
Tony Bates and Tami Reller are preparing to leave the company as Satya Nadella takes over as chief executive, according to a media report.

California, March 1, 2014
As Microsoft plans to wind up Windows 8.1 operating system next month, the firm plans to announce a free version of Windows.

Anick Jesdanun
Barcelona, Spain , February 24, 2014
The update this spring will address some of the gripes people have had when they use devices without touch capabilities.

Yoshita Singh
New York, February 21, 2014
The 46-year-old said in his new role he would work on reinvention and innovation in the company in the new technology environment instead of harping about Microsoft's past successes.

Michael Liedtke
San Francisco, February 21, 2014
If Facebook hopes to remain the social networking leader, CEO Mark Zuckerberg knows the firm must follow the people.

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