Boy, Microsoft’s board of directors sure has a lot of new faces these days. More were just added today, as the company made official two new appointments. Both will take charge of their new roles on October 1. And both come with loads of experience of the corporate world. First is Charles W. Scharf, the chief...

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...

And one more! Microsoft have been making top management changes hard and fast, and now we have another addition to the board, bringing the total seats to eleven. Redmond describes John W. Stanton as a pioneer and innovator in the US and global wireless industry. The man has spent years at the helm of a number...

Well he is almost near retirement age, anyway! Former Microsoft CEO of 13 years, Steve Ballmer, was officially replaced by a new face, Satya Nadella, last month. However, he has remained with the company as a director. But now there is a chance of him leaving Redmond completely, and surprising as it may...

You win some, you sure as daylight lose some. The only question here is who has won and who could end up on the losing side, as Microsoft continues its transformation plan with another change. This time the board is going through another adjustment — the headcount is back to 10. According to this story over...

Another week where Microsoft let the silence do all the talking. Although Redmond dropped hints about its two upcoming operating systems, Windows 8.1 Update 1 and Windows Phone 8.1, at the MWC 2014, the company is yet to follow up on it in any official capacity. BUILD, please be here soon. Here are the top...

It’s remarkable what some $2 billion in coins gets you these days! ValueAct Capital chose Microsoft as its next target, injected in a little dough, and has now been granted a seat in the company’s board. Oh, and in between, they also had a substantial hand in ousting Steve Ballmer as CEO. Amid rumors that the...

And the politics begin! There are many that swear by Microsoft products like Bing, Xbox and Surface, claiming these businesses to be absolutely vital for the long term future and relevancy of the company in the technology industry. Then again, most hardcore investors have nothing to do with long terms — they...