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Ballmer: Microsoft's Reputation Hasn't Recovered from Vista

Talk about epic fail: Vista was such a disaster that even Steve Ballmer has stopped pretending that it was any kind of success. Ballmer told a U.K. newspaper this week that the company's reputation still hasn't recovered following the Vista debacle. Surely Vista has to have achieved something along the lines of New Coke-level failure now. Or maybe Ryan Leaf drinking New Coke while driving a Yugo. In any case, it's bad.

Posted by Lee Pender on 10/07/2009 at 1:22 PM


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