Microsoft breaks $100bn annual revenues barrier propelled by Azure and Dynamics

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CEO Satya Nadella hails "incredible year" for Microsoft

Microsoft revenues grew by 14 per cent to $110.4 billion in the year to the end of June, propelled by growth across the board, but in its Azure cloud services and Dynamics enterprise resource plann...

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