The Man And His Mission@Microsoft - Satya Nadella Demystified
Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella said his job would be to ensure that Microsoft Corporation thrives in a "mobile and cloud-first world".
Is India-born Satya Nadella Microsoft's Next CEO?
The global software giant is likely to appoint Satya Nadella, the India born cloud-computing head, as its next chief executive officer, according to several reports.
Microsoft CEO Speculation Focuses On Insiders
The latest buzz is that with Ford CEO Alan Mulally pulling out of the CEO race, the software giant will refocus on internal choices.
Microsoft Has Not Found the ‘Right’ CEO Candidate Yet!
It’s been four months since Steve Ballmer announced his retirement, and the company seems to be still searching for the ‘right’ person to be its next CEO.
Choosing the next Microsoft CEO could be tough
Microsoft’s two chief executives, Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, dedicated their entire lives to create the giant as we know it. It might be tough to find a CEO who can live up to the huge expectations now.
Microsoft’s CEO shortlist: Mulally, Elop in the fray
Microsoft is looking for the right candidate who can steer a turnaround for the company.
Business users irked by frequent Windows upgrades
Gartner believes that the faster release cycle is the biggest pain point for enterprises who do not know if their apps will work with each new version of Windows and IE.
Steve Ballmer’s last letter highlights some ‘bold’ decisions
In his final letter written to Microsoft shareholders, customers, partners and employees, Steve Ballmer talks about some fundamental shifts in the company’s strategy
Ford to Microsoft: Can Mulally make the transition?
Is Mulally, a 68-year-old non-tech executive, the right choice as CEO for a tech company like Microsoft - that's the big question many in the industry are asking?
Ballmer’s Legacy – Microsoft’s Next Big Thing
Category : Columns
For Steve Ballmer, whether the Nokia acquisition works or not, he has surely given Microsoft one more, and sorely needed chance to get back into the psyche of the digital consumer, and raised his prospect of getting a page in the history,