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Representative Ruth Kagi is no friend of public education


Let’s take big money out of politics starting with Ruth Kagi.

There is a race in the 32nd Legislative District in Seattle where an educator, … 636 more words

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Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer Cried During an Emotional Meeting With Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant met the the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday in the Hamptons. Team owner Steve Ballmer, president/coach Doc Rivers, executive VP of basketball operations Lawrence Frank were all in attendance. 210 more words


Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer Supposedly Started Crying In The Free Agency Meeting With Kevin Durant

On Saturday, Kevin Durant will continue to sift through the options offered by his cavalcade of free agency suitors, with the Spurs and Celtics pitching their teams to the NBA’s biggest free agent of the summer in the Hamptons. 411 more words


Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is writing his first book

Microsoft’s third CEO appears to be taking a leaf out of the playbook of its first. Today, publisher HarperCollins announced that Satya Nadella is working on a book, due out in the fall of 2017, called  232 more words

A Joint Venture - Microsoft and Pot

I hope you like the title of this blog, and I am not even smoking anything while my fingers dance over the keyboard.  I stopped doing that years ago, but I still enjoy a couple cups of coffee every morning, so that is the extent of my “high” on this early Friday morning.   205 more words


Microsoft's history of middling acquisitions hasn't yet hurt investors

Remember Yammer? What about Aquantive? And need we mention Nokia? Those are some of the companies Microsoft spent more than $1 billion each to acquire. And while you may recognize the names, the lack of relevance to your day-to-day life tells you everything you need to know about how those brands fared following deals with Microsoft. 409 more words

Failure of Windows Phone, what´s next?

With all due respect to Steve Ballmer, yet another move of his has revealed to be a bis loss for the company, and the short time of Microsoft being a hardware producer has already ended. 264 more words