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More on Microsoft's FQ1: Non-GAAP revenue and EPS (includes deferred revenue related to Windows...

More on Microsoft's FQ1: Non-GAAP revenue and EPS (includes deferred revenue related to Windows 8/Office upgrades and pre-sales) were $17.36B and $0.65, respectively. Windows division sales fell a stunning 33% Y/Y on GAAP basis (-9% non-GAAP), was -13% in FQ4. Office division -2% (+7% in FQ4), Server & Tools +8% (+13% in FQ4). Entertainment & Devices -1%, reversal from FQ4's +20%. Online Services +9% with $364M operating loss ($472M in FQ4). CC at 5:30PM ET (webcast). MSFT -2.6% AH. (PR)

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  • scott trader
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    windows division fell 33% yoy yikes.....entertainment and devices down 19%..,,,,,Balmer pack your bags....
    18 Oct 2012, 10:03 PM Reply Like
  • oliver45
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    Right on. He should b gone
    19 Oct 2012, 10:04 AM Reply Like
  • MSF INVESTMENTS
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    Even if Microsoft has no growth,lol, you still get the dividend.

     

    Couple the dividend with their growth - you now have a Technology Bank.

     

    The richest man in the world is the largest shareholder.

     

    Happy Holidays - Which reminds me take a look at Sears Holdings it will double by next year end.
    19 Oct 2012, 07:56 AM Reply Like
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