What we've gone through in the last several years has caused some people to question 'Can we trust Microsoft?'
We don't have a monopoly. We have market share. There's a difference.
I think it would be absolutely reckless and irresponsible for anyone to try and break up this company [Microsoft].
We [Microsoft] don't have a monopoly. We have market share. There's a difference.
I don't know what a monopoly is until somebody tells me.
The lifeblood of our business is that R
I see great opportunity for revenue growth for Microsoft coming from the mid market
I've never thrown a chair in my life.
I like to tell people that all of our products and business will go through three phases. There's vision, patience, and execution.
The number one benefit of information technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive. It lets people learn things they didn't think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential.
Accessible design is good design.
Mark's decision to leave was disappointing, ... and I urged him strongly to change his mind. But his characterization of that meeting is not accurate.
All companies of any size have to continue to push to make sure you get the right leaders, the right team, the right people to be fast acting, and fast moving in the marketplace. We've got great leaders, and we continue to attract and promote great new leaders.
Certainly, we continue to bring in new people. We'll hire, net new, over 4,000 people this year, and attract great people into the company. I'm very bullish about the employee base and what it can accomplish.
I have lots of sources of information about what's going on at the company. I think I have a pretty good pulse on where we are and what people are thinking.