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Microsoft’s Q4 2014 earnings show improved revenue, decreasing profits


Microsoft has published its Q4 2014 earnings report, and the company has made $4.6 billion in net income on $23.38 billion in revenue. Stronger than expected PC demand helped Intel’s latest quarterly earnings, and it has also impacted Microsoft’s. OEM revenue for Windows increased by only three percent this quarter, further hinting that the decline of traditional PC sales might be starting to slow down. As Microsoft battles to focus its efforts on mobile and the cloud, it still is attempting to push the Windows Phone platform. Microsoft has now acquired Nokia’s phone business, and it plans to focus solely on Windows Phone for the low- and high-end over the next 18 months.

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