Why Microsoft's Big Bet Will Still Fail
As most tech investors should already know, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer recently revamped the sprawling tech giant in hopes of catching up to Apple and Google in our increasingly mobile world. Ballmer eliminated many of the historically "siloed" product groups, instead replacing teams dealing with specific functions. For this, he deserves ample credit, but it still leaves Microsoft largely on the outside looking in as its competition continues to pull away. In this video, Fool contributor Andrew Tonner gives two reasons why he still isn't buying Microsoft's new strategy.
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