Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), against the backdrop of the spike in COVID-19 cases, has announced that it will be present at the 2022 edition of the CES, digitally. In addition, several reputed global corporate giants have pulled off because of COVID-19. However, the show’s organizers recently confirmed that the event would be hosted as scheduled, adhering to coronavirus protocols.
Georgia Power 5 Junior Subordinated Notes Exp 1 Oct 2077 Series 2017A (NYSE: GPJA) partners with Microsoft Corporation to invest in Clark Atlanta University’s Lab
Georgia Power 5 Junior Subordinated Notes Exp 1 Oct 2077 Series 2017A (NYSE: GPJA), in partnership with Microsoft Corporation, will invest a sum of $2 Hundred Thousand in the Makerspace and Advanced Manufacturing Lab at Clark Atlanta University’s (CAU). The lab is a platform for undergraduate students to develop their expertise and sharpen their skills in the renewable energy sector. In addition, the study program will help students design and create a state-of-the-art solar power-backed generator, which will double up as an alternative energy source for the varsity campus.
Microsoft Corporation reports a 22% spike in YoY revenue
Microsoft Corporation stock is trading better than its competitors. The company has registered strong revenue growth, despite the pandemic and its impact. Furthermore, compared to the last three years, the corporate giant has recorded a superior growth in operating margin this year. According to the numbers projected by the group, the previous twelve months have been productive for the company as it has witnessed the most robust growth in the period. The company reported a 22% spike in YoY revenue.
Microsoft Corporation spokesperson responds to slavery and other allegations
A spokesperson on behalf of Microsoft Corporation clarified that the group works on the lines of ethical sourcing. Furthermore, the statement assured that no forced labor occurred at the company.
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