Today, April 4, is Microsoft’s birthday. Childhood buddies Bill Gates and Paul Allen officially founded the company we all love (most of the time) on this day in 1975.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is ready to answer more of your burning questions with a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) at 9 a.m. PST today.
Steve Ballmer’s smartphone strategy when he was head of Microsoft caused some strain between himself and company co-founder Bill Gates, according to a new interview with the former CEO.
In a new interview, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates labeled the company's recent plans to acquire LinkedIn as a "great transaction".
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates answered a lot of questions today during his fourth Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) session, including what he thinks of the Surface Book, VR and more
Bill Gate is back with his fourth Reddit AMA, and it is going on right now. Head on over, and get your questions answered!
Nerds, a musical that will center on the rise of Microsoft and Apple, and feature founder Bill Gates and Steve Jobs as characters, is set to open on Broadway in New York City on April 21.
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