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At Gartner gathering, Ballmer and Hurd look ahead

Microsoft's CEO touts "the greatest innovation pipeline we've ever had," while HP's Hurd plans to stick to the basics.

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talks about a top priority to innovate and his company's rivalry with Google, while Hewlett-Packard's Mark Hurd plans to stick to the basics.
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Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft

Ballmer: Trusting Vista, battling Google

Microsoft is at the start of "the greatest innovation pipeline we have ever had," CEO says. And no, he doesn't throw chairs.
October 19, 2005

Ballmer takes the stage at the Symposium/ITxpo, where he talks about new products and competing with Google.
October 19, 2005

HP's chief exec dismisses any 'me too' attitude

CEO Mark Hurd says his company will focus more closely on three areas: servers, storage and management software.
October 18, 2005
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Mark Hurd, CEO, HP

HP CEO says "storage is better for HP than iPods," referring to his company's decision to stop selling Apple's player.
October 18, 2005

blog A growing number of software makers see open-source support as key to their business strategy.
October 17, 2005

blog Office 12, the radical overhaul planned for Microsoft's cash-cow desktop software, could be the last of its kind.
October 17, 2005