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Opportunity, The brilliant change lesson of Microsoft, The Week
  • A "rejuvenated" Microsoft is finding new ways to grow, Jordan Novet at CNBC.
  • After announcing the upcoming release of its first new version of Windows in almost six years, Microsoft saw its market capitalization reach $2 trillion last week — the second corporation, after Apple, to reach that milestone.
Lesson learned, Microsoft seems happy with duopolies
  • Robert Hackett at Fortune: In recent years Microsoft has developed a "seemingly uncanny ability to fly under the radar." 
  • It is "the rare Goliath that does not tend to dominate its main markets.“
  • Yes, Windows is the leader for operating systems, but "Amazon Web Services eclipses Azure; Facebook tops LinkedIn; Sony PlayStation beats Xbox; Zoom beats Teams." 
  • If Microsoft were a country, "its athletes would reign as Olympic silver medalists." After almost getting broken up once, Microsoft seems happy with duopolies — and that has served shareholders very well. 
Alert, The rivalry with Apple is hot 


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Opportunity, The brilliant change lesson of Microsoft, The Week
  • A "rejuvenated" Microsoft is finding new ways to grow, Jordan Novet at CNBC.
  • After announcing the upcoming release of its first new version of Windows in almost six years, Microsoft saw its market capitalization reach $2 trillion last week — the second corporation, after Apple, to reach that milestone.
Lesson learned, Microsoft seems happy with duopolies
  • Robert Hackett at Fortune: In recent years Microsoft has developed a "seemingly uncanny ability to fly under the radar." 
  • It is "the rare Goliath that does not tend to dominate its main markets.“
  • Yes, Windows is the leader for operating systems, but "Amazon Web Services eclipses Azure; Facebook tops LinkedIn; Sony PlayStation beats Xbox; Zoom beats Teams." 
  • If Microsoft were a country, "its athletes would reign as Olympic silver medalists." After almost getting broken up once, Microsoft seems happy with duopolies — and that has served shareholders very well. 
Alert, The rivalry with Apple is hot 

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Microsoft's quiet triumph, The Week Staff, July 5, 2021, The Week.


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The Week



The Week is a weekly news magazine with editions in the United Kingdom and United States. The British publication was founded in 1995 and the American edition in 2001. An Australian edition was published from 2008 to 2012. A children's edition, The Week Junior, has been published in the UK since 2015, and the US since 2020.

In September 2007, the magazine's U.S. edition launched a daily website. First called theeweekdaily.com, and now called theweek.com, the site publishes original commentary from writers including David Frum, Robert Shrum, Will Wilkinson and Brad DeLong.


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