Microsoft's earnings per share would -- get this -- break
even for the next couple of years if the Yahoo deal goes through.
Congress would look
into the deal, too, according to one intrepid news source. Oh, really? A
$46 billion deal involving Microsoft might get some attention from Congress?
In other news, Bill Gates has a lot of money. (Sorry, we're still kind of bitter
here about the Super Bowl.)
And here's some other non-Yahoo stuff worth reading but not necessarily expounding
Linus Torvalds says that Microsoft isn't
likely to launch those Linux patent suits.
And Gartner's top-ranked business intelligence vendor in terms of "ability
to execute?" It's based
Posted by Lee Pender on 02/06/2008 at 1:21 PM
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Microsoft announced on Thursday that it'll deprecate the "classic" Exchange Admin Center management portal on June 20, 2023.
Microsoft described a few of additions to its Microsoft Entra identity and access management products this week.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that Azure Government users now have access to the AI-based Azure OpenAI Service.
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