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SAN FRANCISCO— The bull run in Microsoft's stock this past year has helped the tech giant surpass Exxon Mobil and seize the rank of the second most valuable company, behind Apple Inc.. Under new CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft has worked to overcome its reputation as a clumsy behemoth struggling to keep up with new tech trends and consumer habits.
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts— Harvard University has announced that former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, a Harvard graduate, is supporting a major initiative to significantly expand its computer science studies. Ballmer is joining Harvard President Drew Faust and Cherry Murray, dean of its School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, at noon on Thursday to...
SEATTLE, Oct 20- Microsoft Corp's new Chief Executive Satya Nadella has become one the technology industry's biggest earners, with a total compensation package worth $84.3 million this year, according to a document filed with securities regulators on Monday. Large stock awards have not been necessary for Microsoft's previous two CEOs, Bill Gates and Steve...
SEATTLE, Oct 20- Microsoft Corp's new Chief Executive Satya Nadella has become one the technology industry's biggest earners, with a total compensation package worth $84.3 million this year, according to a document filed with securities regulators on Monday. The massive stock awards, valued at $79.8 million overall, were designed to keep Nadella at Microsoft...
SEATTLE, Sept 26- Microsoft Corp will unveil a new name for its best-known product on Tuesday when it offers the first official glimpse of its latest Windows operating system.
Former Microsoft CEO and current Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer says he always knew he wanted to have a "chapter in his life post-Microsoft." CNBC's Josh Lipton asks Ballmer about the potential earnings for the team.
CNBC's Josh Lipton speaks to LA Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer about his thoughts on the job his successor Satya Nadella has done so far at Microsoft.
Richard Parsons shares his thoughts on Steve Ballmer's new role as owner of the LA Clippers and offers some words of advice.
Pro sports leagues need to realize that "the line has moved" on what society deems as appropriate, says Richard Parsons, interim CEO of the LA Clippers.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer looks back with pride on his years at Microsoft and is ready to move forward. With hindsight, he says MSFT could have negotiated the mobile landscape much better, but it's always about the body of work.
Steve Ballmer tells CNBC's Josh Lipton why he was willing to pay $2 billion for the LA Clippers and how owning a sports team is similar to running tech giant Microsoft.
In a wide ranging interview, CNBC's Josh Lipton sits down with LA Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to talk about his ownership of the Clippers and the leadership skills he brings to the team.
The former Microsoft chief says that his record price for the Los Angeles Clippers was a smart investment.
LA Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says he will bring his unique style of leadership to the LA Clippers. And Becky and Joe run the numbers on how much Ballmer is worth.
Microsoft laid off 2,100 employees as a part of a previously announced restructuring plan.
Microsoft announced the smallest percentage increase in its dividend since 2009 and appointed new directors to replace two board members.
Bankers don't have a problem with the record $2 billion paid for the Clippers, but they also say it's not the new normal.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is set to visit China in late September as the Chinese government conducts an antitrust probe.
BEIJING, Aug 28- Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella is set to visit China in late September, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday, as the Chinese government conducts an antitrust investigation into the world's largest software company.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor-in-chief & CEO and CNBC's Jon Fortt, discuss Steve Ballmer's exit from Microsoft's board to run the L.A. Clippers.