Microsoft Is Officially Cutting 18,000 Jobs

Microsoft Is Officially Cutting 18,000 Jobs

By Chris Crum July 17, 2014

It’s been rumored that Microsoft would be cutting some jobs – specifically some from its acquisition of Nokia assets. Now, official word from the company on the matter is out. CEO Satya Nadella said in an email to employees, which …

Microsoft Office for iPad: CEO May Unveil Next Week Microsoft Office for iPad: CEO May Unveil Next Week

Microsoft will reportedly introduce Office for ┬áiPad at an event in San Francisco on March 27. Satya Nadella will host his first event next week as CEO of Microsoft and invitations to the event have been making the rounds. Nadella …

Microsoft Loses Two Executives [Report] Microsoft Loses Two Executives [Report]

Whenever a new CEO takes over, it’s inevitable that there will be shakeups and departures on the executive level. Microsoft isn’t immune to this. In fact, it seems far more susceptible to departures. Case in point, the company is losing …

Conan Takes To LinkedIn To Talk Microsoft CEO Job Conan Takes To LinkedIn To Talk Microsoft CEO Job

Conan O’Brien took to LinkedIn to explain why he turned down the Microsoft CEO job, which was recently awarded to longtime staffer Satya Nadella. This is Conan’s fifth LinkedIn post since becoming a “LinkedIn Influencer” last fall. Conan congratulates Nadella …

Microsoft Officially Names New CEO Microsoft Officially Names New CEO

Microsoft has officially named Satya Nadella as CEO after news late last week that he had been selected. He was previously the Executive Vice President of the company’s Cloud and Enterprise group. Nadella joined the company back in 1992, and …

Satya Nadella Reported To Be Next Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Reported To Be Next Microsoft CEO

It looks like Microsoft has its next CEO. Bloomberg is reporting that the company’s board is preparing to make the company’s enterprise and cloud chief Satya Nadella the man for the job. The report cites “people briefed on the process”. …

We'll Be Waiting A While For A New Microsoft CEO We'll Be Waiting A While For A New Microsoft CEO

As you’re probably aware, Microsoft announced back in the summer that CEO Steve Ballmer would be stepping down after another twelve months. The company’s Board of Directors would begin a search for his replacement. The company has now given an …

Microsoft Search Head Gets Big Promotion
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Whoever’s in charge of printing Microsoft employees’ business cards is sure to be loading the machines with some of the best paper and ink available.  Microsoft announced today that Satya Nadella has been promoted, gaining the title "President of Microsoft’s Server and Tools Business."

Microsoft Trialing New Search Service Internally

Microsoft has begun internally testing its new search service called Kumo and is asking employees to provide feedback.

"Kumo.com exists only inside the corporate network, and in order to get enough feedback we will be redirecting internal live.com traffic over to the test site in the coming days," wrote Satya Nadella, senior vice president of research and development for Microsoft’s online services division in an internal memo.

PubCon: Microsoft Live Search Keynote Address
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Microsoft’s moving forward in more ways than one.  Even as it announced a new and more social Windows Live redesign this morning, Satya Nadella, a senior vice president, gave some details on the search side of things during a PubCon keynote.

SES San Jose 08 – Satya Nadella Keynote

Satya Nadella (Microsoft’s Senior Vice President of the Search, Portal & Advertising Platform Group) spoke at this morning’s keynote at the Search Engine Strategies Conference.

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Microsoft: What Google Killer?

Microsoft doesn’t have a Google-killer, and that’s pretty much it. At least, that’s how it sounds from a somewhat flippant Satya Nadella, Mr. Softy’s newest head of search and search advertising.

Microsoft: What Google Killer?
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Microsoft: What Google Killer?
Live Search Sails With New Captain

The Live Search product will no longer be living in the same house with all of the other Windows Live products. A new leader will take it over as Microsoft forms a new “beat Google” corporate group.