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Microsoft, MIT Turn Temporary Tattoos Into Touchpads
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Microsoft, MIT Turn Temporary Tattoos Into Touchpads

The temporary tattoos let you interact with connected devices, possibly turning your wrist into a smartphone touchpad.
A Beginner's Guide to Excel Shortcuts
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A Beginner's Guide to Excel Shortcuts

Excel is wildly efficient, but only if you learn how to navigate it.
Vishal Agarwal
Microsoft to Cut 2,850 More Jobs
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Microsoft to Cut 2,850 More Jobs

The company said in May it would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland.
3 Predictions to Capitalize on the Microsoft-LinkedIn Marriage
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3 Predictions to Capitalize on the Microsoft-LinkedIn Marriage

Microsoft buying LinkedIn will give strategic-minded first-movers a huge advantage.
Clint Evans and Joshua Lee
What's Boosting Microsoft's Revenue This Quarter Might Surprise You
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What's Boosting Microsoft's Revenue This Quarter Might Surprise You

Sharp growth in its commercial cloud computing business helped lift Microsoft Corp.'s quarterly revenue above Wall Street's expectations.
Microsoft Wins Landmark Appeal Over Seizure of Foreign Emails
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Microsoft Wins Landmark Appeal Over Seizure of Foreign Emails

A federal appeals court on Thursday said the U.S. government cannot force Microsoft Corp. and other companies to turn over customer emails stored on servers outside the United States.
7 Lessons to Take Away From Microsoft
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7 Lessons to Take Away From Microsoft

Entrepreneur Network partner Evan Carmichael shares the lessons he learned from Microsoft that he applied to save his own business.
Entrepreneur Staff
Microsoft Releases Free Skype Meetings Tool for Small Businesses
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Microsoft Releases Free Skype Meetings Tool for Small Businesses

Looking to elevate your small business's videoconferencing game? Microsoft might have just the thing.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett Celebrate 25 Years of Billionaire Bromance
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Bill Gates and Warren Buffett Celebrate 25 Years of Billionaire Bromance

Two of the world's richest businessmen are ringing in their silver anniversary today. Their friendship wasn't always 'Oreos for breakfast' and heart-to-heart calls. The mogul mates got off to an 'awkward start.'
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Monsanto, Microsoft to Invest in Agricultural Technology in Brazil
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Monsanto, Microsoft to Invest in Agricultural Technology in Brazil

Monsanto will join a Brazilian investment fund with up to 300 million reais ($92 million), managed by Microsoft, evaluating ideas for new digital tools to be applied to agricultural production in the country, executives said.
5 Life Lessons From Bill Gates, One of the Most Influential Philanthropists on Earth
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5 Life Lessons From Bill Gates, One of the Most Influential Philanthropists on Earth

He's been the richest man in the world a record number of times, but that pales to the good works he's doing with his foundation.
Carolyn Sun
Microsoft Pays Woman $10,000 for Unwanted Windows 10 Update. Here Are 5 Times the Upgrade Came at the Worst Moment.
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Microsoft Pays Woman $10,000 for Unwanted Windows 10 Update. Here Are 5 Times the Upgrade Came at the Worst Moment.

The tech giant has been on a mission to roll out the newest version of its operating system to the world.
Rose Leadem
Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen's Space Company Nears Debut of World's Biggest Plane
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Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen's Space Company Nears Debut of World's Biggest Plane

Allen's move coincides with a surge of new businesses planning to sell internet access, Earth imagery, climate data and other services from networks of hundreds of satellites in low-altitude orbits around Earth.
Microsoft Partners With a Legal Weed Startup
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Microsoft Partners With a Legal Weed Startup

By teaming with startup "Kind" on plant tracking apps, it's breaking a corporate no-no.
Steve Dent