Good old Steve is heading for a Microsoft exit soon. The outgoing CEO will leave the company in the coming months, as soon as a successor is found. And the man who has spent the last 13 years leading the technology titan has plenty to share on his tenure. Steve Ballmer not only has more time to talk about his time at...

Well one thing that can be said with reasonable assurance is that the snarky remarks against Steve Ballmer have all but stopped ever since he made his decision to retire official a few months back. The outgoing CEO was criticized by many — users, analysts, market experts, shareholders, even some Microsoft partners....

Some fragrances, of course, are sweeter than others. But other scents are necessary, even if their aromas may not yet be pleasant. Such is the case for Microsoft and its Xbox and Bing divisions. Both businesses do not really bring in the necessary amount of dough — while Xbox more or less breaks even, Redmond’s search...

Boy, you have got to hand it to Marc Benioff. The CEO of Salesforce.com is never at a loss of words when it comes to Microsoft, and every once in a while he talks about how things are going over at Redmond. And since Steve Ballmer recently talked about his retirement saying it was the right time to move on and make...

Outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer had been talking about a devices and services strategy for a couple of years now, but it was only this summer when things kicked up a few gears at Redmond. Not only did Ballmer made official his (early) retirement plans from the post, he also initiated the massive companywide...

CEO Steve Ballmer is heading into the twilight of his career at Microsoft, after recently confirming that he would retire from the company within one year, or when a successor is found. But new statistics revealed in a survey by Glassdoor.com indicate that the outgoing leader now has an approval rating of less than...

So, now we are starting to see interesting developments as Microsoft begins to fully morph into a full devices company. Meg Whitman, the CEO of HP basically has come right out and said she considers Microsoft to be a competitor and not a partner. This is where it gets interesting and is kinda what I talked about last...

Redmond may have kicked off its gigantic reorganization process, and also announced that it is looking for a new CEO, but outgoing leader Steve Ballmer is currently the middle link between the current Microsoft and the one of the future. For this reason Ballmer has started to make appearances at high-profile events to...

Steve Ballmer is approaching his twilight as the head of Redmond. The company is in the middle of a major transformation process, one that is not only pushing it towards a devices and services concept, but also the promise of a new CEO leading the charge. The outgoing CEO, on the other hand, has sent what he calls his...

So these guys do have a sense of humor. This is a funny internal video from Microsoft showing Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer horsing around as Austin Powers and Dr. Evil. In the video you can see that Steve Ballmer is having a blast delivering his lines as Dr. Evil. It does show a fun and silly side of these guys...