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Steve Ballmer planning ground-breaking live-streaming network for Los Angeles Clippers games

The Seattle Times - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
Former Microsoft CEO-turned NBA owner Steve Ballmer certainly knows how to captivate an audience. Ballmer was his usual high-octane self last week at the GeekWire Sports Tech Summit at Safeco Field, enthralling conference-goers with blunt, entertaining ...
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Steve Ballmer on NBA in Seattle: not likely to happen 'within the next year or two years'

The Seattle Times - ‎Jul 13, 2016‎
Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer said Wednesday he doesn't see Seattle landing an NBA franchise “within the next year or two years” to facilitate public funding for an arena.
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Owner Steve Ballmer shares his vision for an online streaming service run by the Clippers

GeekWire - ‎Jul 14, 2016‎
Reports surfaced last month revealing how Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer and his team are considering a new digital video service that would stream games, even issuing a study to learn how fans watch games and what they want in a dedicated ...
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iPhone Dominates Android As App Gap Grows

Forbes - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
Steve Ballmer was right. It really is “developers, developers, developers” in the smartphone world. There are countless platforms that could have succeeded in the mobile world but they all lacked one major element of the story.
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Nintendo is starting to understand something that Apple still doesn't

Business Insider - ‎7 hours ago‎
But there's one gigantic reason why Nintendo might want to go down this road, and to borrow a phrase from former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, it can be summed up as "developers, developers, developers." And it speaks to a trend that's sweeping the tech ...

Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day

Bloomberg - ‎13 hours ago‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...

Gun-regulation group endorses, donates to primary candidates

The Seattle Times - ‎1 hour ago‎
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and venture capitalist Nick Hanauer have each donated $500,000 or more to the alliance this year.

Uber Targeted as Daimler's Mytaxi Merges With U.K.'s Hailo

Bloomberg - ‎14 hours ago‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...

Mad Max Lives, and He's Building a Flying Car

Bloomberg - ‎13 hours ago‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...

Deutsche Boerse Investors Are Yet to Back Takeover of LSE

Bloomberg - ‎11 hours ago‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...
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Revisiting Yahoo's Microsoft Decision and Its Impact on The Marissa Mayer Era

The Outside Game - ‎9 hours ago‎
The Alibaba deal was one that seemed to directly lead Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to try to aggressively acquire Yahoo! back in 2008, a move that few understood at the time.
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Porsche Plans 1400 New Jobs for Tesla-Fighting Sports Car

Bloomberg - ‎15 hours ago‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...

Man Group Reports Second-Quarter Net Inflows of $500 Million

Bloomberg - ‎18 hours ago‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...
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Yahoo: 9 reasons for the internet icon's decline

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
Icon of the early days of the world wide web, Yahoo announced that it is selling its core business to Verizon. Until recently, the web portal and search engine had revenues higher than Twitter and LinkedIn, and its visitor numbers outstripped the likes ...
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Kings To Name Street Leading To New Arena After David Stern

RealGM.com - ‎9 hours ago‎
Stern convinced the league's owners to resist the Maloofs' proposed relocation to Anaheim in 2011. In 2013, he helped assemble the ownership group headed by Ranadive, a move that thwarted the Maloofs' sale of the franchise to Seattle's Steve Ballmer ...

Wanda's Wang Heads for Record M&A Year With $16 Billion in Deals

Bloomberg - ‎21 hours ago‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...

Google-Backed Chinese Smartwatch to Go Head to Head With Apple

Bloomberg - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...

Fraser Bullock, Carine Clark, & Peter Genereaux Named As 2016 UTC Hall Of Fame Inductees

Beehive Startups (blog) - ‎9 hours ago‎
The event has traditionally featured a prominent, global CEO as the main attraction (past guests include LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos) and this year will be no different. You can see the entire list ...

SK Hynix Operating Profit Falls as Memory Chip Prices Slide

Bloomberg - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
In what now looks like his biggest blunder, he turned away one of the best exits Yahoo would ever see, Microsoft's unsolicited $45 billion bid in 2008, an effort by then CEO Steve Ballmer to compete with Google. In what should now be the canonical ...
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