Business as usual, in Redmond
Asked if Microsoft should be split up to increase shareholder value, Ballmer said that wouldn't make sense because there's a lot of technological and business synergy across the company and that Microsoft "doesn't invest in things which are idly independent."
In response to a question about whether we now live in a post-PC world, Ballmer said: "We are in the Windows era. We were, we are, and we always will be."
Microsoft | Sluggish stock price overshadows Ballmer's message at Microsoft meeting | Seattle Times Newspaper
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