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  1. Microsoft CEO: We've Got Siri Beat, Bing vs Google = Draw

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the stage at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco for the first time in three years to talk Bing vs. While acknowledging the value of their alliance, Ballmer noted they Microsoft had been “lucky” their bid to buy...

  2. Rest in Peace, Steve Jobs

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer also posted a statement: Steve Jobs, Apple cofounder and former CEO, has died at the age of 56 after a long battle with cancer. And there may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world...

  3. Yahoo's Next Move

    When Microsoft has a corporate all-hands meeting, Steve Ballmer's passion and excitement is tangible. While speculation about a replacement CEO continues, and analysts persist with pointing out that Yahoo's market cap went from $40 billion to $16...

  4. SearchDay: Can Google Predict the Next President?

    Microsoft's Steve Ballmer Sees All Media Electronic in 10 years Posted by Frank Watson Jun 26, 2008 Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told the Washington Post today that trees will have no fears from newspaper publishers as all media will be electronic.

  5. MSN adCenter Officially Launches & Changes Name to Microsoft adCenter

    While MSN adCenter has been in pilot mode since mid-October, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is announcing the official launch of adCenter at Thursday's MSN Strategic Account Summit.as well as the new name change to Microsoft adCenter.

  6. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 6, 2005: Microsoft Temper Tantrums, Google Size Increase?, Getting Listed In Technorati's Blog Finder, Post-Katrina People Finding Effort & Images On Google Plus More

    Today's search podcast covers allegations that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer had a temper tantrum involving cursing and chair throwing over an employee defection to Google, Kai-Fu Lee takes another bizarre turn as allegations are levied in court...

  7. The Search Engine Report - Number 103

    More on that and Ballmer's remarks in my past post, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer: Google "One-Hit Wonder". This follows on Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer suggesting indirectly earlier this month that Google was a "one-hit wonder" that "nobody thinks...