Microsoft

Redmond, Washington, United States
Redmond United States
Employees:
114,000
Market Cap:
$527.54 billion
Revenue:
$85.32 billion
5 Year Trend:
4.0%
Net Income:
$17.14 billion
NASDAQ:
MSFT
Industry:
Publishing Industries (except Internet)

Microsoft Corporation /'ma?kr??s?ft, -ro?-, -?s??ft/ is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. Its best known software products are the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems, Microsoft Office office suite, and Internet Explorer and Edge web browsers. Wikipedia

Microsoft
Redmond, Washington, United States
Redmond United States
Employees:
114,000
Market Cap:
$527.54 billion
Revenue:
$85.32 billion
5 Year Trend:
4.0%
Net Income:
$17.14 billion
NASDAQ:
MSFT
Industry:
Publishing Industries (except Internet)

Microsoft Corporation /'ma?kr??s?ft, -ro?-, -?s??ft/ is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. Its best known software products are the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems, Microsoft Office office suite, and Internet Explorer and Edge web browsers. Wikipedia

Feb 16, 6:05 PM

Hacking #STEM in the classroom starts with teachers who are willing to get hands-on. Jason Ewert is one of many teachers who''s doing just that. Using everyday materials like paper plates, plastic cups and drinking straws, he''s modernizing the way he teaches science, technology, engineering and mathematics to his students. A participant in @microsoftedu''s Hacking STEM program, he uses the free, downloadable tools, including lesson plans, activities and customized Excel spreadsheets, to bring his classroom lessons to life. And it''s not just exciting for his students. It''s reinvigorated his teaching style, too. All we need the teachers to do is the same thing were asking our kids to do. Just get in there, and dig in."" Learn more about Jason and the Hacking STEM program by clicking the link in our bio. #MicrosoftEDU

Feb 9, 4:48 PM

Stuart Pixley only has one job title at Microsoft, but two very important roles. As in-house legal counsel for the company, Stuart has been a key advisor to the Health, Artificial Intelligence & Research, and Antitrust Compliance teams. But his work with diversity is equally important. As the company continues to focus on diversity and inclusion, Stuart has helped Microsoft navigate a future that challenges the entire company culture to be more innovative. A shift that, according to Stuart, does more than include diverse peopleit empowers them. Learn more about Stuart by clicking the link in our bio.

Feb 3, 6:05 PM

Get close to the action of #SB51 with Surface. Follow @Surface to see what''s happening at the #NFLExperience.

Feb 2, 3:00 PM

Kasey Champion had no idea her dream job even existed at Microsoft. From project management and developer roles on the Office 365 team, Kasey had always been passionate about a career in technology but felt something was missing. She volunteered in computer science classrooms and dreamt of combining her love of teaching and tech into one perfect role. That''s when she met Bjorn Rettig, a senior director with the Microsoft Learning Experiences team. Today, her new, education-focused role has taken her around the world. She''s taught coding in Tanzania and given speeches at the Grace Hopper conference. Her unconventional path proves that when you pursue your passion, sometimes you really can have it all.

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