Microsoft Corp beat Wall Street’s profit forecast on Wednesday, helped by growth in its cloud computing business, but took a $13.8 billion one-time charge due to the new US tax law. Stock of the world’s largest software company, which …
This week saw a tale of two stocks. Not just any stocks. Microsoft and Johnson & Johnson are the only two AAA-rated companies left in America. That means ratings agencies such as Standard & Poor's believe the bonds issued by these …
The boom times are officially back for Microsoft. Microsoft (MSFT) stock opened above $60 a share on Friday morning, setting a record high for the first time since the height of the dot com bubble in 1999. The stock soared 5% overnight …
Yesterday, The Inquirer reported on how Windows 10 was resetting some changed app defaults back to Microsoft’s own bundled universal apps. In the primary example given, image viewer Irfanview was displaced by Windows 10’s own …
Microsoft left customers with a dearth of Lumia options, firmly indicating that it is out of stock of all them while still listing them on the Microsoft Store. The only option out of eight that was available as of January 2 was the AT&T-locked Lumia …
He wrote in his searing memoir of the time, The Roaring Nineties, that “as the Clinton years came to a close, I wondered: What message had we in the end sent through the changes that had been brought about in our taxes?” The Microsoft …
Dear Mr. Berko: Two questions: What do you think of America First Multifamily Investors, which pays 8.7 percent tax-free? And what do you think of Microsoft's purchase of LinkedIn? I'd like to sell 1,000 of my 2,000 shares of Microsoft and put …