Is Windows 8 Microsoft's Biggest Failure Ever?
Apr 14th 2013 12:00PM
Updated Apr 14th 2013 3:45PM
Is Microsoft a good tech investment? In this video, Andrew Tonner gives a few reasons he'd steer clear:
- The PC market is shrinking, and Microsoft hasn't adapted well to mobile technology.
- Windows 8 is a dud.
- The company had to write off $6 billion for an acquisition that went bad, the latest in a string of failed acquisitions.
Although Microsoft pays a nice dividend for a tech company, Andrew argues that it hasn't returned much else to investors for the past 10 years, and it doesn't appear poised to adapt to a changing future.
Check out the video for more details.
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