Microsoft has purchased eSports platform vendor Smash.gg and is planning on integrating it with its MSN eSports franchise.
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Microsoft has replaced former Biz Dev Development chief Peggy Johnson with Christopher Young, the former McAfee CEO.
Microsoft's newest COVID-19 coronavirus re-opening plan designates July 6, 2021, as the earliest date when U.S. employees will be returning en masse to its corporate offices.
Microsoft is advising its employees of new remote work guidelines in light of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic
Microsoft is continuing to add firepower to its gaming unit. Its latest move: Spending $7.5 billion for the creator of The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Doom, and other key franchises.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has met with President Donald Trump and has expressed willingness to continue discussions which could result in Microsoft buying TikTok's U.S. operations, according to the company.
It's not a crazy rumor after all. Microsoft seems to be the key player in ByteDance's plan to try to divest its U.S. TikTok unit. But the White House still could scuttle the plan.
If ByteDance divests its TikTok U.S. operations, are there enough potential gaming, education or chat synergies for Microsoft to buy it? Or will (and should) Microsoft stick to its business knitting?
Microsoft's job cut total for July is now approaching 2,000, thanks to a new round of cuts happening in its LinkedIn business unit.
Microsoft has cut "hundreds" of employees as part of its latest layoff round across multiple regions and functions, according to various reports.