SEATTLE (Reuters) - Former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer has left the software company's board in order to spend more time on his newly acquired Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, but said he plans to hang on to his 4 percent stake in Microsoft.
SEATTLE, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer will leave the software company's board with immediate effect, Microsoft said on Tuesday.
Six months after stepping down as CEO, Steve Ballmer has resigned from Microsoft's ( MSFT -0.1% ) board. Ballmer: "In the six months since leaving, I have become very busy
earned during the previous June quarter. What has happened is change at the top, former cloud leader Satya Nadella replacing Steve Ballmer as CEO. (Ballmer has gone on to overpaying for other things, notably the LA Clippers.) This has been accompanied by
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Steve Ballmer , the former head of Microsoft, has completed his $2 billion purchase of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, ending a
LOS ANGELES, July 28 (Reuters) - The record $2 billion sale of pro basketball's Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft Corp chief executive Steve Ballmer can proceed over the objections of co-owner Donald Sterling, a judge tentatively ruled on Monday.
at General Electric (NYSE: GE ) is that Mr. Nadella replaced Steve Ballmer whereas Mr. Immelt had to step into the seat of "ruler of the universe" Jack Welch. Steve Ballmer had been the CEO of Microsoft for ten years and Microsoft's stock
Embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling on Monday met with former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer to discuss a possible settlement over Sterling's opposition to the $2 billion sale of the basketball team, a source close
loyal iPhone customer base and has made Board changes and newly announced deals with the likes of IBM. For Microsoft, the Steve Ballmer era has given way to the new regime of Satya Nadella, and the new CEO is already taking bold steps towards shaping Microsoft
end Nokia X (Android) devices will be migrated to Windows Phone. The move comes after last week's memo shied away from Steve Ballmer 's "Devices & Services" mantra, and suggested big changes in product strategy and engineering processes were afoot