More from Bill Rig, Reuters
Microsoft has no plans to leave China
Microsoft has no plans to pull out of China, its CEO said Thursday, playing down concerns about recent cyber-attacks and censorship raised by rival Google.
U.S. court stays Microsoft Word injunction
The U.S. Court of Appeals has granted Microsoft Corp's request to stay an injunction imposed by a federal court that would have halted sales of some versions of its popular Word application.
Microsoft prices Zune HD under iPod
Microsoft put its Zune HD digital music and video player on sale Thursday, pricing it below comparable Apple iPod devices, in an attempt to claw some market share away from the dominant leader.
Microsoft plans Office tie-up with Nokia
Microsoft Corp. said it will announce an alliance with Nokia on Wednesday, likely unveiling plans to make the software company's Office suite of applications available on devices made by the world's top cellphone manufacturer
M’soft deal talk, optimism overshadow results
Microsoft Corp. will likely report the first annual sales dip in its history as a public company, but investors are looking beyond that for upbeat comments on Windows 7, signs of a tech sector recovery, and even a deal with Yahoo Inc to challenge Google Inc.