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Speaking at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business on March 15, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer elaborates on what he thinks makes a good leader, and the kinds of employees the software giant wants in its workplace.
During a conversation at a Churchill Club event, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer embraces change and says Microsoft is growing in terms of percentage growth, absolute growth and growth relative to the competition.
Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's CEO, speaks with CNET News.com's Ina Fried about Vista's critics and the European Union's regulatory rulings.
Gmail is still up and down, PS3 sales are actually blocked in Europe, and Motorola says Xoom sales are off to "a good start." What does that mean? But they're certainly off to a better start than Microsoft, which is only just now, rumor has it, working on Windows 8 tablet design demos that we'll see ... in June. JUNE! Bill Gates is so pretending he never worked there right now. Plus, Penthouse in 3D. Ew. --Molly
At Gartner's Symposium and ITxpo in Orlando, Fla., Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer tells Gartner analysts why consumers won't see a drop in price for the Windows operating system software.
At Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Florida, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer\r\nanswers questions about competing with Linux globally. He also comments\r\non Bill Gates' prediction that security will drop from the top three IT\r\nconcerns within the next two years.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer tells a packed house at Silicon Valley's Churchill Club how "terrible" he felt at hearing the news of MSBlast. In conversation with Roger McNamee, Co-founder and Managing Director of Silver Lake Partners and Integral Capital Partners, Ballmer talks openly about emerging markets, Linux and stock options and has compliments for Google, Apple and IBM.
With the emergence of the iPhone, Windows Mobile has a strong competitor in the mobile market. CNET News.com's Ina Fried speaks with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer about what he thinks of the device, and how he sees other competitors in the market.
At Gartner's Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, Fla., Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer disputes the idea that open-source code is easier to secure than that of Windows.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gives Bill Gates a teary thank-you as the founder says farewell to company employees at a town hall meeting Friday in Redmond, Wash. Gates is stepping down from full-time work to focus on his philanthropic efforts.