Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, whose botched bid for Yahoo helped drive the stock down 20% since February, is about to make it up to shareholders with a buyback of as much as $20 billion. That's the word from Heather Bellini of UBS, …
When Morgan Stanley’s share price fell to $20 in 2011, the bank’s chief executive, James P. Gorman, and several of his top lieutenants tried to encourage investors by buying up stock with their own money. Now, that put-your-money-where …
Microsoft repurchased $4.3 billion of its shares during its fiscal fourth quarter, and returned another $2.5 billion to shareholders in the form of dividends. The total is nearly double the amount from last year, said finance chief Amy …
According to sources close to the situation, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is working on what is likely to turn into a significant restructuring of the massive software company, which could also move several current execs to more …
Microsoft said this morning that it expects to repurchase 155 million of its own shares, at $24.75 each, under the Dutch auction tender offer that it announced in July and completed last night. That translates into a payout of $3.8 billion — …
SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft’s focus on business software and online services paid off with a surprisingly high profit in its latest quarter, putting its stock on a trajectory toward its all-time high. The fiscal first-quarter results released …
Well, this isn't surprising: following a somewhat underwhelming presentation from Microsoft after unveiling the Xbox One (where are the games?), Sony's stock jumped up. Here's a comparison, with Sony's graph up top. Mind that the …
The loans have only gotten more popular as stock indexes reach new all-time highs on a seemingly daily basis. But more on Wall Street — including higher-ups at Morgan Stanley — are warning that a market selloff could be looming. “Near …
Microsoft is about to party like it’s 1999. Microsoft stock soared as much as 5% in after hours trading Thursday following a strong earnings report, setting the company up to hit a new all-time high when the market opens Friday. The stock
Members of Congress are personally investing tens of millions of dollars in the tech sector, with Microsoft and Apple leading the way, according to an analysis by Maplight, the California nonprofit that tracks money and politics. The …