Shelly Sterling agreed to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion on May 29.
May 30 2014, 11:03am CDT
DW100 (2227906) writes "Satya Nadella has taken an axe to Microsoft's 127,000-strong workforce by announcing a whopping 18,000 job cuts, including 12,500 from the recently integrated Nokia division. At least 13,000 jobs will go within the next six months." It's official, Ballmer's layoff record has been smashed. From the email sent to employees: "The first step to building the ri ...
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6 days ago, 7:49am CDT
Source: Business Insider
It's been about two months since Microsoft closed its $7.2 billion purchase of Nokia, and Monday marks the end of Microsoft's fiscal year. So far, there's been no word of whether the deal will lead to layoffs. In a deal this large, involving nearly 25,000 new employees added to the payroll, that's unusual. Apparently speculation has been growing in Redmond among Microsoft employees over when ...
Full article at: Business Insider
Jun 30 2014, 6:27pm CDT
Ballmer has admitted to a mistake Microsoft made. The manufacture of more Surface RTs than necessary caused a huge loss to Microsoft. Ballmer is also disappointed by the sale of Windows devices as much less than expected.
Jul 27 2013, 4:34am CDT
Source: Minneapolis- St. Paul Business Journal
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May 30 2014, 6:38am CDT
It is unclear if Mr Ballmer’s bid, which has trumped rival offers, will count because Donald Sterling, the team’s owner, ...
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May 29 2014, 7:42pm CDT
Pretty soon, we'll all have the option of Binging when we search, rather than Googling. Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer just...
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