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Signs cross-border declaration.
Depends on Bard's Tale IV sales, though.
Former CEO retains shares, though.
'Hones' Ballmer's devices and services plans.
Outgoing CEO admits to missing the boat.
Nearly $1B in unsold stock hits share price.
Suggests a pre-Christmas retail launch.
Some major departures on the cards.
Outspoken Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announces Windows 8 to a Japanese developers conference.
Paul Allen portrays Bill Gates as a sarcastic bully in his memoirs.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has confirmed that he is to sell a chunk of his stock in Microsoft.
Steve Ballmer kicked off the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 with a keynote on what Microsoft has planned for us all this year. There's some good news for Xbox 360 owners, some developments in car-tech and a range of new types of PC.
Fielding a question at a press event yesterday, Steve Ballmer stated that the company has no immediate plans to simplify its often confusing licensing offerings.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has stated that his company is "confused" by Google's approach to the OS market, accusing the company of offering "two client operating systems."
Following the rumours of Microsoft looking to invest in Facebook, Steve Ballmer is now saying that social networks are a fad.
Steve Ballmer sat down with USA Today to talk shop on his CEO position and Microsoft's moves.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has opened his mouth again. This time, Google is in the crosshairs.
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer once again proves why he shouldn't be in front of the press. At a conference this week, he talked about the MS/Novell deal, and reaffirmed fears of open-source nuts everywhere.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has banned the use of iPods and Google Search in his household. Daddy's worth $12 billion though, so don't feel too bad for them.
Head honcho at Microsoft can't get a 360. Rest of world sighs, keeps queueing for theirs.
Microsoft had a reasonably poor year and Bill Gates is beginning to feel the heat at the moment. Could we see Microsoft go by the way side?