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Microsoft stock gyrates after earnings beat
CNBC
Microsoft stock rose by as much as 4 percent after the company reported its earnings for the fourth quarter of its 2017 fiscal year, which ended on June 30. The stock flattened out after the company offered guidance for the next quarter, however ...
Microsoft's growth continues to be driven by Office and cloud servicesThe Verge
Microsoft Is Rewarded for Turning to the Cloud - The New York TimesNew York Times
Why Microsoft stock is at an all-time, 31-year highRecode
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Forbes

Chuwi 12.3 Review: Budget Laptop With Same Screen As Microsoft Surface Impresses
Forbes
When I review budget devices, I constantly have to remind myself to grade on a curve because I'm trying to write from a consumer's point of view, and value-for-dollar (aka what you get for the price tag) matters more than anything for most. For example ...
Surface Laptop is just a laptop, making it Microsoft's most baffling release yetArs Technica
MICROSOFT'S BIG BATTLE CONTINUES... WITH ITSELFNewstalk ZB
Microsoft Could Outshine Apple in Premium PC Market - LearnBondsLearnBonds
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Engadget

Yes, Microsoft is still working on a 'Halo' TV series
Engadget
Remember the Halo live action TV show Microsoft announced way back in 2013? Unlike Spartans that never die, it sure felt like the project's been dead for quite a while. The tech titan told AR12Gaming in an interview, though, that it has never stopped ...
Microsoft says it's still working on that Halo TV seriesTechRadar

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CNBC

Here's why Microsoft could be a buy ahead of earnings
CNBC
Ahead of Microsoft's quarterly earnings report due out on Thursday after the market close, one macro strategist is marking the stock as a buy. The legacy technology company has seen a strong long-term trend, said Boris Schlossberg, managing director of ...

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New York Magazine

Microsoft Is Using Its Lawyers to Go After Fancy Bear
New York Magazine
In the fight against Russian hackers, Microsoft is using its vast legal resources to go after the tools used by mysterious hacker group Fancy Bear, and not the group itself. According to the Daily Beast, Microsoft filed suit against the hacking team in ...
Putin's Hackers Now Under Attack—From MicrosoftDaily Beast
Why Lawyers Are Microsoft's Secret Weapon in Fighting Russian HackersFortune
Microsoft is quietly fighting a clever war against Russian hacking group Fancy BearTechCrunch
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Barron's

Microsoft Sags: Buy the Cloud, Says FBN; Canaccord So Close to a Buy
Barron's
Microsoft shares sagged on the company's lower-than-expected outlook, but FBN Securities's Shebly Seyrafi, look at the growth in the cloud business, advises investors to take the stock decline as a buying opportunity. Canaccord's Richard Davis is ...
Microsoft Keeps Performing Very Well - But Don't Get FooledSeeking Alpha
Walmart and Microsoft Should Merge to Crush Amazon -- Jim Cramer Explains WhyTheStreet.com
Microsoft Lower Despite Q4 BeatBenzinga
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The Seattle Times

Microsoft scrambles to become player in new game of sports analytics
The Seattle Times
Nick Leman, director of high performance and head of strength and conditioning at the Seattle Reign soccer team, uses Microsoft's Sports Performance Platform. Leman has the most interaction with Microsoft's tool, reviewing data and discussing it with ...



Fortune

How LinkedIn May (or May Not) Pay Off for Microsoft
Fortune
The good news: In its fourth quarter, Microsoft logged $1.1 billion in revenue from LinkedIn, the social networking company it bought last year. The less good news: LinkedIn also accounted for a $361 million operating loss for that period. That ...



Business Insider

Microsoft gets tax credits on Windows phone business - Business ...
Business Insider
Microsoft's struggling Windows phone business gave the company some big tax breaks.

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Microsoft Beat on Earnings Because Its Phone Business Is Finally Dead
Motley Fool
Overall, Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) earnings report last night was pretty solid, beating consensus estimates for both top- and bottom-line results. Office 365 consumer subscribers climbed to 27 million, Azure revenue nearly doubled, and the software ...

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