Bill Gates may return to Microsoft

Rumors circulating on the Internet claim that former CEO and founder of Microsoft Bill Gates is very likely to return to the company in 2012.

Bill Gates stepped down as Microsoft CEO in the year 2000 and in 2008 officially left the company to focus on his charitable work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. His position at Microsoft was taken by Steve Ballmer, a friend and colleague of Gates, known as the “big bad man from Redmond”. However, his funny look (in the good sense of the word) and business practices are blamed for the instability of the Microsoft share prices and some people even claim that he is a weak manager without a clear vision on Microsoft’s future.

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There’s still no official response from Mr. Gates, but if such a return ever happens it will take place in 2012 and will surely make big headlines in news and media and especially in the computer world.


Source: Hicomm.bg

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