Bill Gates

One of the long-standing questions about who will take over as chief executive officer of Microsoft has been answered. It will not be Alan Mulally of Ford. Our interest is the real "why" behind the...
Which billionaires list is better, the one produced by Forbes, which is decades old, or the new list created by Bloomberg? The answer is that neither is better than the other, or perhaps neither is...
Source: ThinkstockMicrosoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) is about to potentially be a far different company. Steve Ballmer’s resignation, retirement, or force-out, was sooner than some investors were...
Source: Microsoft Sweden, via Wikimedia CommonsMicrosoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) managed to post such strong earnings and was positive enough in its outlook that there is one thing to consider. No one...
Source: ThinkstockBill Gates is synonymous with Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT). His private investment vehicle is known for making some rather interesting moves in the United States and...
Source: courtesy of Yahoo!Sometimes people just do not know how to concede that a win is a win. The truth is that winners know when they won, while losers often fail to concede that they lost or only...
Source: Microsoft Sweden, via Wikimedia CommonsBill Gates earned his position on Microsoft Corp.’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) board and as its chairman because of his role as founder and long-time chief...
Source: ThinkstockMicrosoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) is still fighting for relevance, but this week brought on a new argument that may only just be starting to take hold. With Steve Ballmer to be...
Source: White House Photo by Pete SouzaBillionaire lists attract as much media attention as just about anything. The new “Wealth-X and UBS World Ultra Wealth Report 2013,” released Wednesday,...
Source: Microsoft Sweden, via Wikimedia CommonsMicrosoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) did something it did not have to do (something that no public company would want to do), so why did it do it? The huge...
Source: courtesy of MicrosoftAugust is often a slow time for technology and consumer spending, but the dying PC market may be about to see a resurrection. Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) has fixed...
Source: ThinkstockMicrosoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) was the beneficiary late last week on news that Steve Ballmer has decided to retire. The news drove shares up roughly 7% to $34.75 on massive trading...