Former Microsoft COO: Google’s ‘secretive’ advertising process will be problem in antitrust case
Former Microsoft COO and The Herbold Group managing director Bob Herbold provides insight into the Google antitrust case and how coronavirus is pushing more companies to consider working from home permanently.
Microsoft is closing all of its physical store locations, the tech company announced Friday.
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Closing physical store locations will cost Microsoft a pretax charge of approximately $450 million, or $0.05 per share, the company said in a press release.
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"Our sales have grown online as our product portfolio has evolved to largely digital offerings, and our talented team has proven success serving customers beyond any physical location," Microsoft Corporate Vice President David Porter said in a Friday statement.