Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO has been out of the spotlight, at least as far as the technology world is concerned, but he has just made the news as the Internal Revenue Service has gone after him. Along with nine other Redmond executives. He has been called to court to provide information about some...

Let it go, eh? Nah, not happening. Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO, has made few headlines since he left the company, but whenever he gives an interview, it’s a bit of an event. After all, the man spent nearly 34 years at the software titan. Not to mention that he’s the largest individual shareholder...

The Microsoft story is never complete without a mention of the friendship that co-founder Bill Gates enjoyed with recently retired CEO Steve Ballmer over the decades. It never is. However, there has been no shortage of rumors that both men have floated apart over the past few years. Some even pinned this as...

Yes, the one and only. The Blue Screen of Death, also known as BSOD, is as much a Windows trademark, as the Start Button, Start Menu, and more recently, the Start Screen. Currently it shows up whenever something goes wrong with the operating system, but in previous versions this blue screen popped up whenever...

Which is saying something, because the former CEO had been at the company for some 34 odd years. Regardless, the Ballmer Era is now behind us, surely. Unless, of course, good old Ballmer pushes for a seat again at the board in the future. Analysts, however, have weighed in on this truly important development...

To Satya Nadella, of course. And the CEO has responded in kind. Former Microsoft head Steve Ballmer made a somewhat expected to retire from the company’s board of directors. Expected, no doubt, because of his recent purchase of an NBA club, the LA Clippers for $2 billion. Ballmer is now completely separated...

Breaking news. Heartbreaking news, for some. Former CEO Steve Ballmer leaves Microsoft completely, and has just announced his decision to step down as board member. He is currently the company’s number one individual shareholder, and now finds himself involved in other projects after recently acquiring his...

Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s new CEO, published his open letter as an email to employees earlier today, in which he shared some insights about the company’s strategy for the fiscal year 2015, and beyond. You can take a look at the email communiqué here. Sure, the letter is a fantastic read, for fans of the...

Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer and Paul Allen are three individuals in possession of the most Microsoft shares, but now an expected little shuffle at the very top has just been confirmed. Steve Ballmer, the former CEO of the company, has recently become the largest shareholder. This report confirms this new...

Big old Steve. Even when he is out of his position at the very top of the technology world, he is in the news. This time, however, with no magic of his own. Well mostly. You see, Steve Ballmer is not someone you would label as an avoid user of social networks. His successor, the new Microsoft CEO, Satya...