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Microsoft's Annual Report Touts .NET Initiative

$4 billion to be poured into initiative during next fiscal year, says report.

Microsoft issued its annual report Sept. 28, and the company's .NET initiative isn't ignored. The company plans to spend $4 billion in the next year, which is half of the company's fiscal year 2000 revenue ($9.42 billion). It's interesting to note that unlike the 1999 report, this year's report neglects to mention the contributions of MCPs.

To read the 2000 annual report in detail, go to http://www.microsoft.com/msft/.

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