Microsoft revenues up by 12 per cent driven by Azure cloud growth

Nicholas Fearn
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Satya Nadella looking "energised by the tremendous opportunity ahead"
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Satya Nadella looking "energised by the tremendous opportunity ahead"

Cloud - and Office 365 in particular - drove revenues up again, but Xbox hardware sales tanked

Microsoft has posted strong fourth-quarter and full-year results, partly driven by demand for cloud services. Revenues rose by 12 per cent to $33.7 billion compared to the fourth quarter last ye...

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