Microsoft has once again announced the restructuring of its business units, bringing the number of divisions down to three from the earlier five for the purpose of reporting financials.
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IBM will go through the biggest shake-up in corporate history, with the company set to lay off a record number of employees. More than 100,000 people around the world will be affected.
Dean Hachamovitch, the corporate vice president of Microsoft's Internet Explorer team, has announced he's leaving the browser group to working on "something new" at the company with his own new team.
A report reveals some more changes that Microsoft has made to its internal team structure, which could result in the Windows 8 Mail and Calendar apps being replaced by the Outlook app at some point.
The PR firm Waggener Edstrom announced this week that it was cutting 43 employees, or about five percent of its workforce, and put part of the blame on Microsoft's recent reorganization.
A video from a recent town hall meeting at Microsoft sees Steve Ballmer taking the stage to talk about his vision for the new Microsoft that revolves around the idea of being ‘one' company.
Plans announced by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to reorganize the structure of the company seem to be going over well on Wall Street. Its stock price is up 2.75% in trading today.
A new report claims that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will reveal the final details on the company's long rumored reorganization sometime this week, possibly on Thursday.
Microsoft is expected to announce the new division heads of its reorganization as early as next week, according to a new report. Several current executives will see expanded roles in the company.