CEO Steve Ballmer's reorg memo from last week is worth a closer look. There are some interesting hints about Microsoft's plans for rumored business intelligence, data curation, and meeting technologies.
Redmond unveils its latest (and expected) cross-company reorganization, this one designed to better deliver on its new devices and services charter. Here's who ended up where.
The president of Skype, Tony Bates, would handle acquisitions and relationships with developers, while Windows chief Julie Larson-Green would oversee hardware engineering for the whole company, says Bloomberg.
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?
Meet the former IBMer who is taking over the chairman role from Bill Gates after having only joined the board two years ago.
Kurt DelBene, who just retired as the VP for Microsoft Office, will be heading up the Obama administration's troubled site starting Wednesday.
Redmond's wave of spring 2015 updates to its various Windows-based platforms has a code name: Threshold.
Microsoft execs' pleas for silence and secrecy didn't stop attendees of the company's annual meeting from sharing tidbits about new products and technologies in the pipeline.
Microsoft may not get its first Surface Mini tablet out the door until spring 2014 -- which is looking like the same time when its Windows variants may get a refresh, sources say.
As budgets tighten and priorities are realigned in the newly reorganized Microsoft, MSN.com has cut loose some of its part-time employees.