Tagged With Steve Ballmer

Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer once made an 'Austin Powers' parody video, and it's just as bizarre as you'd imagine

The 15-year-old book CEO Satya Nadella handed his execs to start defusing Microsoft's toxic culture explains exactly how the words we use can get people on our side — or turn them against us

When CEO Satya Nadella took over Microsoft, he started defusing its toxic culture by handing each of his execs a 15-year-old book by a psychologist

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's has advice for Facebook and Google: Don't make the mistake we did

See inside the secretive Seattle suburb that's home to Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, where streets are lined with opulent waterfront mansions behind tall gates and security cameras

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says he voted against Steve Ballmer's $7.6 billion Nokia mistake

4 negotiating tricks to win a highly-competitive deal, according to Steve Ballmer -- who beat out Oprah and Larry Ellison to buy the LA Clippers

Billionaire Clippers owner Steve Ballmer shares 3 key traits you need to have if you want a successful career

Steve Ballmer says he never actually threw a chair at that Microsoft engineer who left for Google

Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer reveals how he became the world's happiest retired billionaire

Twitter's 12-day winning streak is in jeopardy

Twitter pops after Steve Ballmer calls it 'a very good asset'

Steve Ballmer tells us that he is absolutely not moving the L.A. Clippers to Seattle

Steve Ballmer spent his last weeks at Microsoft secretly binging on Netflix

Steve Ballmer could be the happiest retired guy on earth, and the best part is the golf

Steve Ballmer on the Clippers' second-fiddle status in LA: 'Let's face it. We've been kicking the Lakers' a--'

After investing in Twitter, Steve Ballmer gave up investing

Microsoft billionaire Steve Ballmer is giving millions away with a focus on 'the American Dream for American kids'

Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer won't run for office: Politics is the 'worst sales job in the world'

Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has spent $10 million looking at how the US government spends taxes