As Microsoft's search for its next CEO continues, new rumors and reports abound.
Another run by Gates as CEO would not solve the software giant's problems.
Details of what led to to the abrupt departure of the man who delivered Windows 8 are still trickling out. But sources say Microsoft's CEO knew he had to make a change.
In an interview, the head of Microsoft's server software unit talks about what businesses want--and don't want--from the cloud.
Bob Muglia, whose planned departure from Microsoft was announced in January, plans to work for Jupiter Networks as an executive vice president.
Company announces it will replace soon-to-depart Bob Muglia with 19-year Microsoft veteran Satya Nadella.
Changes to Microsoft's senior management could be just around the corner. A new report says CEO Steve Ballmer plans to make adjustments later this month.
As part of an effort to beef up its search tools, eBay reportedly hires Bing's development manager and a scientist from Facebook.
Bob Muglia, president of Microsoft's server and tools business, is stepping down and will leave the company later this year.
Microsoft reports its fiscal second-quarter earnings later this week--the first fiscal quarter for a handful of products, including Kinect and Windows Phone 7.