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Why Julie Larson-Green's 'demotion' is actually a massive responsibility at Microsoft

Julie Larson-Green is now responsible for the look and feel of Microsoft software and services—a critical role as Microsoft evolves.

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Microsoft's hardware chief shifting to services when Nokia's Elop arrives

Julie Larson-Green, who now runs Surface and Xbox, takes a lower-level job with the group responsible for Office

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Microsoft rallies Windows for price war with Android

Microsoft reduces Windows 8 licensing costs and hardware requirements to go head-to-head with Google's laptops and tablets.

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Investor Icahn blasts eBay board, calls for company to spin off PayPal

Investor Carl Icahn has ripped into the eBay board of directors and called for the company to spin off its PayPal unit in a colorful letter to eBay stockholders released Monday.

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HP eyeing acquisitions - and divestitures - Whitman says

The company is looking to do deals in security, big data, cloud and mobility

HP reverses decline in PC sales, claims broad progress in quarter

Overall revenue was down but profit was up, including PC sales growth.

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What else could Facebook buy for $16 billion?

Sure, snapping up a popular messaging app is nice. But we think Mark Zuckerberg could have gotten more bang for his megabucks.

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Intel invests in Chinese cloud providers, eyes makers of components for wearables

Intel is making the investment as demand for its servers continues to grow in China

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Aerohive hopes to ride enterprise Wi-Fi to a $75M IPO

The Silicon Valley company puts Wi-Fi control in the cloud

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Wall Street Beat: Confidence in tech sector high despite mixed earnings

Nasdaq tech shares hit their highest point since the third quarter of 2000, despite bad news from Cisco and warning from Lenovo

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Focus may be on cable, but Comcast-Time Warner deal has broadband implications, too

The buyout might improve service for some,but it would give a larger Comcast more control over users' broadband experience.

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Staff at recruitment tool firm Distill join Yahoo

The Distill interview platform will not be available to customers after March 30

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Comcast's Time Warner Cable purchase is a merger of monopolies

The two biggest cable companies in the U.S. might be merging. But these companies are already Internet-access monopolies, which is the real problem. And the FCC is the only group that can solve it.

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Comcast buying Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion

The merger will allow customers of each company to profit from the other's innovations, they said

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Reports: Comcast looking to buy Time Warner Cable for more than $45 billion

The purchase would combine the two largest cable operators in the U.S.