But not too many -- as he regales an audience of Oxford students one month after stepping down as Microsoft's chief executive.
Microsoft's former CEO Steve Ballmer came to Oxford today to give a talk, and he was mistaken for his predecessor Bill Gates.
A new ad for the Galaxy Gear shows Santa motivating an elves' sales conference. He's more than a little like the man who cries about developers.
Two men who have seen ups and downs become the target of abuse in the same week. One is unworthy of being a superhero. The other is Ben Affleck.
I had 15 minutes today to ask Microsoft's outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer a few questions. We talked his biggest regrets, his thinking on what's next and more. Here's Part 1.
Microsoft's CEO suggests in interview that perhaps time has passed him by and the company needs a fresh face to accelerate change.
Special committee working to have a new chief executive in place before the end of the year, sources tell Bloomberg.
What is one Windows? To Steve Ballmer it means a "common user interface, common programming interface, common security architecture, and user interface adaptability."
In his final shareholder letter, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer expresses enthusiasm for the company's future and reiterates its focus on being a "devices and services" business.
Microsoft was too preoccupied with Windows in the early 2000s to focus on mobile tech, CEO Steve Ballmer has admitted.