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  1. Rest in Peace, Steve Jobs

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer also posted a statement: Google Senior Vice President Vic Gundotra, who heads up Google+, simply wrote, “Rest in peace, Steve. Steve Jobs, Apple cofounder and former CEO, has died at the age of 56 after a long battle...

  2. Mark Zuckerberg Now Richer Than Larry Page & Sergey Brin on Forbes 400

    Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, $13.9 billion. Last year, Ballmer was 16th on the list, with a net worth of $13.1 billion. Other familiar names of note on the Forbes 400 list include Apple’s Steve Jobs (39th, $7 billion) and Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co...

  3. SearchDay | Paid Links: A Black Hat/White Hat Discussion

    Ivory is smart to call for only selling search to Microsoft, as Steve Ballmer has repeatedly made clear that he's no longer interested in buying the whole enchilada. He will become Vice President of Products for the career and professional oriented...

  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. Social Networks: We Are All Animals

    Choose blindness, if you must, but consider the following: some emboldened fudgewad recently choose to throw eggs at Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, rather than interact with him on an appropriate human level.

  6. Do Social Networks Bring Out the Animal in Us?

    Choose blindness, if you must, but consider the following: some emboldened fudgewad recently choose to throw eggs at Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, rather than interact with him on an appropriate human level.

  7. 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.

  8. Microsoft Again Says It Will Beat Google In Six Months, Then Recants

    Dings Google, Yet Fails To Impress On Search Himself" article, Ballmer previously said: Ballmer's comment has being misunderstood. Ballmer made last June. Ballmer and Dings Google, Yet Fails To Impress On Search Himself" from me in January...