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Submitted by mpctips 922d ago | interview

Q+A: Steve Ballmer

MIT Technology Review: The Microsoft CEO explains the strategy behind his company’s most ambitious and strangest major product. (Industry, Microsoft, Steve Ballmer)

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newsguy  +   924d ago
of course he is going to speak well about surface...
ArmrdChaos  +   922d ago
Just do us all a favor and retire already. They need someone of Gate's stature to take over. Somebody with some intellect and foresight.
Trenta27  +   921d ago
Someone needs to fire his ass. Seriously.
Tsalagi  +   921d ago
Question#1 - Who is the next competent up and coming employee you are going to fire because you're afraid they will take your job?
adorie  +   921d ago
This looks like stress-free, I just did Yoga-Ballmer.
He looks calm, for once.

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