REDMOND, Wash. Aug. 23, 2013 Microsoft Corp. today announced that Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer has decided to retire as CEO within the next 12 months, upon the completion of a process to choose his successor.
Summary: Longtime proponents of Microsoft still want Apple crushed, so the advice for Apple ought to be behavioural reform
A COMMON enemy of Linux and Microsoft would have to be Apple, which is a company whose value climbed a lot as its anti-competitive practices grew.
Who will succeed Microsoft (MSFT) CEO Steve Ballmer, who intends to retire within 12 months? Here's a shortlist of Microsoft CEO candidates -- including Oracle, Facebook, IBM, Amazon and Apple candidates. Is Microsoft's next CEO on the list?
Who will be Microsoft's (MSFT) next CEO, succeeding Steve Ballmer? The shortlist of candidates likely includes executives from Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG), IBM (IBM), Oracle (ORCL) and more. Microsoft's board has formed a CEO search committee, which will work with Heidrick & Struggles (a top executive recruitment firm) to find Ballmer's replacement.
In words that shouldn’t surprise anyone, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) chief executive Steve Ballmer, speaking at an IT industry event in Santa Clara, Calif., indicated that the software-turned-hardware maker’s newly minted Surface tablet isn’t likely to be the last hardware device the company builds, according to published reports.
Ballmer allowed that although Microsoft isn’t headed into assembly lin