Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 12th Feb 2010 22:55 UTC
Microsoft Sometimes, the sheer size of a company like Microsoft can make it quite hard to see and realise just how large and profitable such a company can really be. In these kinds of situations, there's nothing like a clear graph to make all those pretty numbers tangible. Up to a point.
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RE[2]: server and tools
by npcomplete on Sat 13th Feb 2010 01:29 UTC in reply to "RE: server and tools"
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So where did you get the information we're supposed to read the graph by subtracting the bottom neighboring edge from the top edge for each division? I could not find anything in the original article indicating that.

(and it would seem irrational to make a graph like that unless they wanted to deceptively inflate Office profits by 300 - 400% for example)

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