Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) Appears in List of 30 Most Popular Stocks Among Hedge Funds

An investment firm named Alger recently published its third-quarter investment letter in 2021.  In the letter, the firm stated that Azure, the latest venture by Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), is rapidly growing and accruing market share.

Microsoft currently has a market capitalization of 2.3 trillion. As a result, it is in the list of the top 30 most popular stocks among hedge funds, appearing in 238 hedge fund portfolios in the first half of the year. This number is a decrease from the previous years when it was in 251 portfolios.

Microsoft discover attempts to attack the global supply chain 

Recently, Microsoft researchers un-earthed an attempt to attack the global supply chain by the players behind the SolarWind hack that affected nine governmental United States agencies. According to the research, the players are now targeting technology services that create and customize products for their consumers by weaponizing I.T. management tools that other hackers could exploit.

Microsft has warned 140 technology service providers and resellers that have been the target of Nobellum 14. The hackers had managed to compromise 14 of them from May 2021.

.NET community questions Microsoft’s commitment

A recent developing storm in the .NET community could see Microsoft’s vision crumbling down due to a controversial decision made by the company. The decision has left many speculating about its commitment to the network open-source community. Microsoft detailed plans to release a feature in the upcoming NET 6 that allows consumers to get instantaneous feedback when they are beginning a project. However, the company silently pulled the plug on the feature before its release.

Following the public outcry of the feature’s retraction, Microsoft changed its resolve, stating that it made an error in executing the decision and restored the erased feature.

The company further stated that it did not intend to erase the feature instead remove its source code. However, this explanation has stirred a mixture of responses from the Net Open Source System participants as they value transparency regarding such decisions.

The company has many projects ahead with the NET community, and this would be the best time to iron out any grievances with the Net community.

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