The recent drop in Microsoft Corp.'s stock price may have rattled some investors, but it has been good news for one of …
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 8— Sometimes no news is not good news. Shares of the Microsoft Corporation fell today in heavy trading after the Federal Trade Commission said on Friday that it was not yet taking action in its long-running …
When will Microsoft get more Surface 2s and Surface Pro 2s in stock? It's a question I'm getting increasingly regularly on Twitter and via email -- along with questions about when Microsoft will replenish supplies of its Surface docks and …
Bill Gates sold 4.6 million Microsoft shares recently, an SEC filing released today indicates. That action lowered his holdings to 330,141,164 shares in the company. Former CEO Steve Ballmer owns 333,252,990 shares. The sale …
Hedge fund manager Jeffrey W. Ubben disclosed yesterday that his fund, ValueAct Capital, has taken a $2 billion position in Microsoft stock, causing an almost immediate 4 percent jump in the stock. Microsoft stock, which is down a penny …
Bill Gates has been selling Microsoft stock for years, but he's finally prepared to stop doing this as soon as this year, he said in a recent interview with CNBC. Gates explained that he would stop selling Microsoft shares at the end of this …
The following post is a meditation on a number of market dynamics. It should not be treated as investment advice, as it isn’t. Microsoft’s stock is trading at roughly the same level as it did in 1998. Chew on that for a minute. It’s not hard to …
That means if Bill Gates observed the tradition, he should have turned up with 33 pounds of M&Ms on June 27, 2008. 7. Microsoft's Stock Has Split Nine Times Microsoft has split its stock nines times since it went public back in March …
When Steve Ballmer took over as CEO in January 2000, Microsoft was the titan of tech and the world's most valuable company. My, how things have changed. In the 13 years since Bill Gates handed over the CEO spot, the technology …
According to a UBS analyst Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq: MSFT) is close to buying back $20 billion in stock. The UBS analyst expects Microsoft to buyback the stock over the next three months, which would lift earnings by as much as …