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Topic - Mika Yamamoto
While each store "has a ramp to profitability," Microsoft, which has signed a 10-year lease on the Tysons location, doesn't comment on whether individual stores have become profitable yet, Ms. Yamamoto said.
By offering a place where people can come in and try out various Microsoft items, she said, the company hopes to "highlight the best in Microsoft.