Steve Ballmer Start Thinking Again, What To Do Next?

Posted on Jun 25 2012 - 12:18pm by Editorial Staff

Although Microsoft released the Surface tablet last week with a great charm, with a strong hope to make it big, but what it seems that the tech giant’s long-term shareholder and the head of the hedge fund Greenlight Capital, David Einhorn, told in an investor conference in New York that Microsoft’s chief executive Steven A. Ballmer need to be removed as under his leadership, the company seen the biggest overhang on the stock price.

The major verdict started when Microsoft paid $250 million to Nokia for adopting Windows Phone by “been silent” from quite a longer time about their Windows Phone partnership – but with the announcement of Finnish mobile maker, Nokia’s Q4 2011 earnings report, it’s confirmed that the companies were in partnership.

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