Microsoft Corporation News
Bill Gates Admits He's Not on Same Page as U.S. Politicians Regarding China's Rise
The philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder discusses China's rise and its role in the world.
Employees Want This More Than a Four-Day Work Week
Nearly 60% of workers survey say their jobs are the main source of their mental health challenges.
Billionaire Adani Hit by Short-Seller's Fraud Allegations
The Indian executive's company faces a critical report from a firm famed for betting that stock prices will drop. His company shot right back.
IBM Stock Slides After Muted Q4 Earnings; 3,900 Job Cuts Planned
"For 2023, we again expect solid growth in our two most important measures of success: revenue and free cash flow," said CFO Jim Kavanaugh.
Bill Gates Names One Country He Thinks Handled Covid Better Than Others
The philanthropist and former Microsoft chief discusses how the world responded to the pandemic and offers some conclusions.
ChatGPT, Meta Contractor Accused of Dirty Dealings in Africa
A lawsuit alleges poor working conditions, among other issues.
Can Boeing Stock Take Flight After Earnings Report? Let’s Look at the Chart.
Boeing fell more than 4% at one point after reporting earnings, but has found its footing. Here are the levels to know right now.
An N64 Classic Is Coming to Switch With Multiplayer, and Gamers Are Freaking Out
Classic-videogame remasters equal big money.
A Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Adult Favorite Has Not Come Back
The cruise line has almost fully returned to normal after the covid pandemic, but one very popular activity hasn't been brought back.
Fed Inflation Gauge Eases To 4.4% In December As Spending Slumps
Personal spending fell most than expected in December, according to data from the Fed's preferred inflation gauge, helping price pressure ease over the final month of the year.