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Microsoft losing money on Surface tablets

SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp's Surface tablets have yet to make any profit as sputtering sales have been eclipsed by advertising costs and an accounting charge, according to the software company's annual report.Full story

Microsoft's Q4 results miss on top and bottom line

  Rick Sherlund, Nomura Securities, breaks down the tech giant's quarterly numbers, as profits take a hit on a downturn in PC sales and a $900 million dollar writedown on the Surface tablet.

Microsoft profit misses as Surface tablets languish; shares drop

SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp on Thursday reported lower-than-expected quarterly earnings as slow personal computer sales ate into its Windows business and the company took an unexpected $900 million charge for its inventory of unsold Surface tablets, sending its shares down 5 percent after hou Full story

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