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Transcript of Microsoft
Natalia Chiodo, Nick Grodotzke, Trent Turner, & Anthony Monroe
Licensing, Manufacturing, Dublin, Ireland
Operations and Logistics
Manufacturing Puerto Rico
Licensing and Operations Reno, Nevada, USA
Operations and Logistics Singapore
Stock symbol: MSFT
All time high: 58.38 in December 1999
Current Price: 38.31 (Closing Price, Tuesday December 3, 2013)
Earnings per share: 2.67
Market cap: $319.81 Billion
OS Market Share
Windows Vista & Windows 8
Nokia & Microsoft
Born 1956, Detroit
Father manager at Ford
Lived in the same dorm as Bill Gates at Harvard
Undergrad at Harvard (Mathematics, Economics)
Graduate Stanford University
Prior employment- Proctor & Gamble Co.
Announced August 23, 2013 that he will step down as CEO.
Bill Gates and Paul Allen
1975 Created Microsoft
1985 First retail version of Windows was
1986 Company went public, Gates
became 31-year old billionaire
1993 a million copies are sold
June 25, 1981: Microsoft incorporates
August 12, 1981: IBM personal computer
September 29, 1983: Word introduced
March 13, 1986: Stock goes public
August 1, 1989: Introduces earliest version
of Office suite
May 22, 1990: Microsoft 3.0 launched
July 15, 1990: 15th anniversary
29 or Under
Source: CNN.com & GNU.org
Main source was Microsoft.com, which featured info on the company history, products, features, and employees.
Scheduled meetings to work as a group in the library.
Used group texts, email, and Facebook to communicate.
Used Prezi.com to build presentation. Offered constant access to all group members to work whenever needed.
Scheduled meetings provided positive progression.
Merging content together created strong research and multiple ideas for the presentation.
Source: Dell.com &
"Operating system market share." Operating system market share. http://www.netmarketshare.com/operating-system-market-share.aspx?qprid=10&qpcustomd=0 (accessed December 3, 2013).
Covert, Adrian. "Will Google Docs kill off Microsoft Office?." CNNMoney. http://money.cnn.com/2013/11/13/technology/enterprise/microsoft-office-google-docs/ (accessed December 3, 2013).
"Dell and Microsoft - Global Alliance Partners." Dell. http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/555/campaigns/dell-and-microsoft-ga-partners (accessed December 3, 2013).
"Fast Facts About Microsoft." Fast Facts About Microsoft. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/inside_ms.aspx (accessed December 1, 2013).
Lappin, Joan. "Nokia Shareholders Approve Sale Of Mobile Devices To Microsoft." Forbes. http://www.forbes.com/sites/joanlappin/2013/11/19/nokia-shareholders-approve-sale-of-mobile-devices-to-microsoft/ (accessed December 3, 2013).
Keeping up with competitors, like Apple:
1 on 1
Creates a more personal
Not seen in competitors yet.