Recent rivals Mark Cuban and Steve Ballmer appeared on Kiss Cam during a Clippers-Mavericks game on Thursday night.» Read More
*Grainger, Honeywell fall after results. Oct 16- U.S. stocks edged up in late afternoon trading Friday, helped by upbeat consumer sentiment data and gains in General Electric, putting the S&P 500 on track for a third week of gains. Shares of Mattel jumped 5.9 percent to $23.87 even after its sales missed estimates.
Oct 16- Former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer owns a 4 percent stake in Twitter Inc, Bloomberg reported, citing an email from him. "Like zalwaleedbinT move too," the tweet added, referring to Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. The prince and his investment firm, Kingdom Holding, said earlier this month they had raised their stake in...
Oct 16- Former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer owns a 4 percent stake in Twitter Inc, Bloomberg reported, citing an email from Ballmer. A Twitter account with the handle zSteventBallmer tweeted on Friday that Ballmer had bought the stake. Twitter and Ballmer were not immediately available for comment to Reuters.
June 17- Stephen Elop, the former top boss at phone-maker Nokia, is one of four high-level executives leaving Microsoft Corp as the company hones its focus on software services and the cloud, Chief Executive Satya Nadella announced on Wednesday. The departure of Elop, whose Devices group will be rolled into Microsoft's Windows unit, signals a shift of emphasis...
June 17- Microsoft Corp said former Nokia Oyj top boss, Stephen Elop, is leaving the software maker as part of a shakeup in its senior leadership. Elop, once considered a succesor to former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer, joined the company to run its devices business after Microsoft bought Nokia in 2013.. Elop was hired as Nokia CEO in 2010 from Microsoft,...
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 3- Harvard University, which has educated many of the world's wealthiest investors, is now getting its biggest single gift from one them- a $400 million donation from Wall Street hedge fund investor John Paulson. The 59- year old financier said the gift was his way of thanking the Ivy League school for providing him and others with a top flight...
BOSTON, June 3- Harvard University, which has educated many of the world's wealthiest investors, is now getting its biggest single gift from one them: a $400 million donation from Wall Street hedge fund mogul John Paulson. The 59- year old investor, who credits his Harvard Business School education for success at his $19 billion firm Paulson& Co, said he hoped the...
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