On Thursday, Davis upgraded Microsoft stock to "buy" and said Microsoft has several unique long-term growth drivers in Microsoft Office Productivity, PC and console gaming, marketing and cloud computing. [See: The 10 Best Ways to …
The Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock price hit a ceiling this week after posting impressive gains on Friday, flying to a fresh high and giving the Dow Jones Industrial Average a much-needed boost. Tuesday was a much different …
The boom times are officially back for Microsoft. Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) 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% …
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), much like International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) before it, has proven that it can redefine itself with the times. The company used to be defined by its Windows operating system and …
It has 3.2% of the smartphone market and 3.7% of the tablet market. Microsoft's normally listless stock has seen all of this terrible news and made a sharp move, soaring 26% this year, reaching a five-year high. Wait. What? That's right, …
Moving away from a pay system that showered riches on a generation of entrepreneurs and engineers in hundreds of technology companies, Microsoft said this afternoon that it would no longer grant stock options, relying instead on …
Quick Update: Since writing this article this morning I've come to learn that Microsoft delivered two very different emails today. The first was for "Early Access" to purchase a band and it arrived early this morning. Then the second email was …
But hoops-starved fans in Seattle (who have to be bitter that their once-sad Sonics are now thriving as the Oklahoma City Thunder) have to hope that a new team fares better than Microsoft's stock. Shares of Microsoft are trading near a 52 …
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) shares rallied more than 3 percent on Thursday in extended-hours trading after the world's largest software company beat expectations and tallied record first-quarter sales, driven by the company’s …
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp shares fell as much as 5 percent on Friday, a day after the software company reported a dip in its Windows operating system sales. The world’s second-largest tech company behind Apple Inc met …