NEW YORK— Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has created a new organization to analyze government spending and revenue to make it easier to understand. He says he created USAFacts because he was frustrated he couldn't find a single source that combined all the relevant local, state and federal numbers. He announced the effort Tuesday in a speech at the Economic...
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Steve Ballmer, L.A. Clippers owner talks about his team and the NBA's postseason playoffs, and the business of professional basketball.
Steve Ballmer, former Microsoft CEO shares his thoughts on competition between Snap and Facebook, and leadership legacies at Apple and Microsoft.
Steve Ballmer, former Microsoft CEO, shares his thoughts on Twitter and what advice he would tell CEO Jack Dorsey.
Steve Ballmer, former Microsoft CEO, shares his thoughts on Microsoft's product development. Also Ballmer
Steve Ballmer, former Microsoft CEO, talks about his Microsoft holdings and the company's position in cloud computing.
Steve Ballmer, former Microsoft CEO, talks about tracking U.S. government spending with his new website USAFacts, and where found areas that are improving and those areas that are not.
The former Microsoft CEO is working to make government data accessible in "10-K" format.
Steve Ballmer, former Microsoft CEO talks about the launch of a new website that tracks government spending.
Steve Ballmer, former Microsoft CEO talks about the launch of USAFacts, a new website which offers a the American people an "annual report" on where the government is spending its money.
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Feb 9- Twitter Inc posted the slowest revenue growth since it went public four years ago, sending shares down more than 10 percent on Thursday on fears that rivals Snapchat and Facebook Inc were winning the war for advertising. Revenue from advertising fell from a year ago and a 4.0 percent year-on-year rise in users to 319 million fell short of Wall Street...
Total revenue grew just 1.0 percent to $717.2 million, missing analysts' average estimate of $740.1 million, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. That was the slowest quarterly revenue growth since Twitter went public in 2013, reflecting intense competition from rival social networks such as Snap Inc's Snapchat and Facebook Inc. "There isn't a growth story...
The protests over Trump's travel order is putting two unrelated issues together, says billionaire Steve Ballmer, who's the son of an immigrant.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks to CNBC's 'Squawk Box' about the future of the software company and Twitter.
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Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, and one of Twitter's largest shareholders, provides his thoughts on the future of social media company.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, L.A. Clippers owner, talks about his new venture of using big data to monitor government spending.