The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: Microsoft at midlife: Bill Gates' view of the future "The 47-year-old Microsoft chairman has a good idea about when he'll be retiring, he enjoys driving his daughter to school, and he has a home-improvement project he wants to get to one of these days.
But first he has a few things to get done at the office, such as build Microsoft's software platform for the next era of computing and reinvigorate the sluggish computer industry along the way."
See article for links to Gates interview and Microsoft timeline.
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