The Inquirer: Leader of closed source developers, Steve Ballmer. Was in a typical bombastic mood as he took to the stage at the D8 conference.
Coming on after Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg, the larger than life leader of Microsoft managed to arrive, for once, under the radar. Nevertheless, known for his colourful presentations, Ballmer came off the blocks quickly with a "magical device" of his own, a wand.
Like Steve Ballmer, who is infamous for his openness to say anything, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is also daring to say anything he feels. However, in a less
Microsoft: One major Microsoft Corp. investor wasn’t happy with the level of disclosure Wednesday at the company’s annual shareholder meeting: Steve Ballmer. The company should disclose profit margins and sales for its cloud and hardware businesses, Microsoft’s former chief executive officer said.