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-Depending on what they're able to get for the pricing.
Dennis, you've got Microsoft.
-We'll have to look further, you know, but it's a huge crashing disappointment.
Microsoft earnings per share expected to be 75 cents on Wall Street comes in at 52 cents a share.
That would be even below year ago 67 cents and a tech company is supposed to get bigger and not smaller.
Revenue misses as well.
Comes in below $20 billion, Wall Street wanted almost 21, 20.73 billion Wall Street wanted.
Revenue comes at $19.9 billion.
This means that there are big upgrade to the Windows 8 and 8.1 has not gone well.
Laptops sales are not doing well.
People are moving to smartphones and also big customers don't like the new operating system.
It's one of the first times in Microsoft's history that the biggest corporate accounts have really pushed against merely upgrading with knee-jerk regularity and that has hurting Microsoft margins are hurting the company.***CUT DICTATION***
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