Eleven years under Steve Ballmer and Satya Nadella more than enough for Turner
Five-year patent battle comes to an end with both companies teaming up to develop better video compression technology
A far cry from the Linux as 'cancer' days, Steve…
Microsoft needs to recoup on an expensive couple of years in mobility
No surprises in store, but much relief all round
Axe to fall mainly on back-office staff, including IT support
The man who led Microsoft's CEO search says Nadella's influence will soon be felt on the whole marketplace
Hans Vestberg has seen a rise in revenues and shares under his stewardship
Microsoft will have to look elsewhere for a CEO as turnaround expert Mulally opts to stay at US car manufacturer
Finding a suitably qualified replacement for Steve Ballmer proving harder than expected...
Microsoft chairman uses shareholder meeting to outline what company wants from new CEO, and thanks Ballmer
Shortlist for Microsoft's next CEO whittled down to five - including Elop and Mulally
Microsoft CEO tells analysts of regret for focusing on Windows Vista when he should have been focusing on mobile
'There's no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share. No chance'
'Significant' update to its OS, says Microsoft
Ballmer's decision to retire from Microsoft was revealed to staff in an email sent at 6am PDT - 2pm in London.
Long-standing CEO criticised for a decade of mis-steps and missed opportunities to stand down as CEO in the next 12 months
Long-awaited restructuring will reshuffle roles, but hand more power to Ballmer
Steve Ballmer's keynote at Build 2013 was a third-party sales tour de force, but it left a few loose ends dangling on the hardware front
Don Mattrick to join social games firm as its CEO, with his former staff set to report to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer
Microsoft Build 2013: Future of devices lies in an "outpouring" of post-Surface 'two in one' touch notebooks, says Ballmer
"Only Windows" has the range of touch notebooks flexibile working needs, says CEO
Operating units to be reduced from eight to four as company focuses on "devices and services"
When Windows RT shipped, a sceptical IT industry opted to steer clear - with good reason. Now, the question is when will Microsoft kill it
'Could do better,' says Gates