Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd Jul 2007 14:53 UTC, submitted by Tony Mobily
Microsoft "The more I think about Microsoft, the more I realise that they are, possibly for the first time, seriously cornered (or surrounded, depending on how you want to see it). A little history will clarify why I think so - and why I think that this might really be the beginning of the end for Microsoft."
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Yeah, yeah...
by yorch on Tue 3rd Jul 2007 15:29 UTC
yorch
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2006-01-28

Uhm... could you, Mr. Writer, try to look out from your Linux world just for a sec?

Year after year I read an article like this, and year after year:

MSFT - Mill. of USD
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Total Revenue:
2001 - 25,296.00
2002 - 28,365.00
2003 - 32,187.00
2004 - 36,835.00
2005 - 39,788.00
2006 - 44,282.00

Gross Profit:
2001 - 21,841.00
2002 - 22,666.00
2003 - 26,128.00
2004 - 30,239.00
2005 - 33,757.00
2006 - 36,632.00

Analyst preview record Income and Profit for FY2007.

Microsoft has now more solutions in the market than never (just look at the product portfolio) and the true is, Mr. Writer, more and more companies are relaying on those solution, year after year.

Get the facts, Mr. Writer.

David

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