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The future of Microsoft without Bill Gates

According to Reuters Three of the twenty biggest investors Microsoft would press for Bill Gates leaves the Board of Directors of Microsoft. The first individual shareholder of Microsoft, which he founded there 38 years, would be on the spot against those investors who together account for 5% of the capital of the firm. The latter would consider the presence of Bill Gates to the Board stifle adoption of new strategy and direction of development.

The three shareholders, we do not know the name yet, might fear that Bill Gates put a spoke in the wheels of the successor to Steve Ballmer, the departure of which we explained the reasons for the disgrace. Bill Gates probably does not agree that the new CEO (Alan Mulally, Ford's current boss, is the favorite for the job) take further radically different ways.

Three of the twenty biggest investors Microsoft would press for Bill Gates leaves the Board of Directors of Microsoft. The first individual shareholder of Microsoft, which he founded there 38 years,

Moreover, Bill Gates, with its share of 4.5% of Microsoft, perhaps too much power to hold council. Reuters said that the man who now devotes his attention to his foundation, sells nearly 80 million Microsoft shares per year. At this rate, by 2018, its portfolio will be empty of Microsoft shares. The founder left the operational management of the group since 2000. Before the IPO of the company he controlled Microsoft 49%. 
The future of Microsoft without Bill Gates The future of Microsoft without Bill Gates مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 6:04 م تصنيف: 5