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Microsoft Outlook Coming to Windows RT Devices
/ June 5, 2013 3:13 pm
Microsoft Outlook Coming to Windows RT Devices

Tami Reller, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Marketing Officer for Windows and Windows Live at Microsoft announced at Computex that Outlook 2013 will be available on Windows RT tablets. The new Outlook will offer a more efficient user experience by minimizing clutter and putting emphasis on content. The new features will include quick reply to email through inline response, using 'peeks' to look at your calendar or contacts without manually switching tabs. . Read More

Bloomberg: Microsoft Appoints Amy Hood as First Female CFO
/ May 9, 2013 2:13 pm
Bloomberg: Microsoft Appoints Amy Hood as First Female CFO

Bloomberg reports that Microsoft Corp. has appointed Amy Hood as its first female CFO, putting a 10-year veteran in command of debt, finances and expenditures. Hood, 41, becomes CFO effective immediately, succeeding Peter Klein, Redmond, Microsoft said in a statement. . Read More

The Verge: Microsoft Confirms Windows Blue Public Preview Due Late June
/ May 8, 2013 5:25 pm
The Verge: Microsoft Confirms Windows Blue Public Preview Due Late June

The Verge reports that Windows chief Julie Larson-Green has confirmed that Microsoft will release a developer release of Windows 8.1, codenamed Blue towards the end of June, which will be available during the company's Build Developer conference. Read More

Bloomberg: Microsoft Sells 100 Million Windows 8 Licenses
/ May 7, 2013 5:46 pm
Bloomberg: Microsoft Sells 100 Million Windows 8 Licenses

Bloomberg reports that Microsoft Corp. said that it has sold 100 million licenses for its latest Windows 8 OS, and that it will release an update before the year-end holiday shopping season. Tami Reller, CFO of Microsoft’s Windows division, said that the number of Windows 8 sales since the software’s debut in October is in the “general ballpark” with the previous version during a similar period. Read More

Microsoft share down on Sinofsky’s abrupt departure, but speculation thrives
/ November 13, 2012 10:10 am
Microsoft share down on Sinofsky’s abrupt departure, but speculation thrives

Monday night's abrupt departure of Steve Sinofsky, Microsoft's president of Windows and Windows Live, has dinged the company’s share price by about 3 percent and instigated petabytes of speculation. Read More

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