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R.I.P., open-source evangelism

Now that open source has gone mainstream, we no longer need to sell its raison d'etre, but rather how best to leverage it for business benefit.

By October 27, 2009


When open source moves from evangelism to implementation

Open source is not a religion, and those who mix business with open source are not heretics.

By March 6, 2009


Vatican gives its blessing to gadget evangelism

Catholic Church officials say using consumer electronics is a necessary way to distribute the Bible.

By October 28, 2008


Qualcomm's Peggy Johnson joins Microsoft exec team

Johnson leaves Qualcomm to become Microsoft's new executive vice president of Global Business Development.

By August 5, 2014


YouTube makes Next New Networks buy official

Following several months of rumors that YouTube was on the brink of buying video production company Next New Networks, Google makes it official. The company also announced a new partner evangelism program called YouTube Next.

By March 7, 2011


Red Hat's Project Spacewalk could make it the hub in the open-source wheel

Red Hat's Project Spacewalk is notable for its promise, but also for its lack of evangelism to live up to that promise.

By September 2, 2008


Why won't the pope let you rate him on YouTube?

There are 12 videos on the new papal YouTube channel. And you can't rate any of them or embed any of them, and there is no Chinese translation. How's that for evangelism?

By January 23, 2009


Microsoft to lose execs Bates and Reller, report says

Headed for the exit, according to Recode, are Tony Bates, who oversees business development, and Tami Reller, head of marketing for the software maker.

By March 2, 2014


Microsoft confirms Bates, Reller to exit company

Executives Tony Bates and Tami Reller will be leaving the software giant, and Mark Penn, creator of the "Scroogled" ad campaign, will now be chief strategy officer.

By March 3, 2014


A closer look at the Microsoft insiders who didn't get the job

Satya Nadella wasn't the only Microsoft insider on the CEO shortlist. What's next for Tony Bates, Kevin Turner, and Stephen Elop now that they didn't get top spot?

By February 5, 2014