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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - peter d. klein
Microsoft Corp. said Thursday that its net income surged in the most recent quarter, the latest sign that businesses are again spending money on technology.
Microsoft Corp. said Thursday that its net income surged in the most recent quarter, the latest sign that businesses are again spending on technology.
Microsoft is still trying to working with device makers to come up with the proper mix of machines at different prices to appeal to consumers and corporate customers, said Peter Klein, the company's chief financial officer.
"This is a big, ambitious reimagining of Windows and this quarter was the first step in that process," Klein told analysts in a Thursday conference call.