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Here are the latest posts about Microsoft on The Write News:

Microsoft and LinkedIn Close Merger Agreement and Reveal Joint Plans
Microsoft and LinkedIn close the merger agreement and have revealed their joint plans going forward. (December 12, 2016)

Microsoft to Acquire LinkedIn in $26 Billion Deal
Microsoft is acquiring LinkedIn in a deal valued at $26.2 billion. (June 13, 2016)

Microsoft Producing TV Shows for Xbox Live
Microsoft is producing TV shows for the Xbox Live. It already has six shows in production. (April 7, 2014)

Microsoft to Acquire Yammer for $1.2 Billion
Microsoft has announced plans to acquire Yammer, a social networking service for corporations, for $1. (June 26, 2012)

AOL to Sell 800 Patents to Microsoft for Over $1 Billion
AOL has found a way to raise lots of money. (April 9, 2012)

Microsoft Launches Engineering Windows 7 Blog
Microsoft has launched a new blog called Engineering Windows 7. (August 23, 2008)

Microsoft Makes $44.6B Bid for Yahoo
The big tech news of the day is Microsoft's $44. (February 1, 2008)

Microsoft Launches Hacker Blog
Computerworld reports that Microsoft has launched a new hackers' blog called hackers @ Microsoft. (September 1, 2007)

Bloggers Discuss Windows Vista Launch
Windows Vista has officially launched for consumers. (January 30, 2007)

Wikipedia Doghouse for Microsoft
Microsoft has tried to buy its way around Wikipedia (or should we say Nofollowpedia). (January 24, 2007)

If You Give a Blogger a Laptop
If you give a blogger a cool Acer Ferrari laptop he or she will love you -- or at least talk about you. (December 27, 2006)

Microsoft Forgets About Old MSN Filter Page
At first glance Microsoft appears to have dumped its MSN Filter blogs when they upgraded live. (October 19, 2006)

Microsoft Launches MSN Soapbox
Microsoft has announced the launch of a video sharing service called MSN Soapbox. (September 21, 2006)

MSN Spaces Becomes Windows Live Spaces
Microsoft has announced the debut of Windows Live Spaces (formerly MSN Spaces). (August 3, 2006)

Robert Scoble Leaves Microsoft for
Robert Scoble is leaving Microsoft to work at a start-up company called PodTech. (June 11, 2006)

Microsoft's JobsBlog Generates Job Leads and Hires
A post on Microsoft's JobsBlog says that in 2005 nearly 3,000 resumes were submitted because of Microsoft's JobsBlog and of these at least 37 hires were linked directly to submissions from the JobsBlog. (April 4, 2006)

Microsoft Modifies Blog Censorship Policies
Microsoft says it has modified its policy to allow blogs that it has shutdown at the request a local government (like China) to still be viewed by other countries. (February 1, 2006)

Microsoft Defends Blocking Zhao Jing's Blog
Microsoft has blocked the blog of Zhao Jing (also known as Michael Anti), a Chinese journalist and blogger who has spoken out against censorship in China. (January 8, 2006)

Microsoft Promises RSS Support in Longhorn
Microsoft has announced that Longhorn, the next version of Microsoft's operating system, and IE 7. (June 26, 2005)