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  • after overtaking Microsoft last year. The etail giant is also the fastest-growing in the sector, with revenues up 30% this year alone. "Amazon's ad business has attracted massive increases in spending
  • after overtaking Microsoft last year. The etail giant is also the fastest-growing in the sector, with revenues up 30% this year alone. "Amazon's ad business has attracted massive increases in spending
  • for example Amazon and Microsoft (or indeed IBM) for cloud-infrastructure, and Salesforce.com and Workday for applications. "Already they can see what I would call cloud sprawl," said IBM CEO Gini Rometty,
  • marginally above Microsoft. It's a bittersweet ending for a company that, at its peak before the dotcom bubble burst in 2000, was worth $125bn. In 2008, Yahoo's board rejected an offer of $44bn from Microsoft.
  • Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft - dominate this ranking, with Apple's lead at the top table rising steadily. At a valuation of $215bn, it is now $60bn clear of second-placed Google. However, Amazon
  • who include WPP, News Corp, Fidelity, Microsoft and Deutsche Telekom. The deal will allow AT&T to better monetise its significantly expanded digital content platforms, creating what has been described
  • Prix went to McCann London for a campaign to promote Microsoft's Xbox Design Lab, an ecommerce store where players can buy personally customised controller handsets for their consoles. McCann turned the
  • Microsoft expanded its presence in the software development sector with the acquisition of coding collaboration site GitHub for $7.5bn in stock. GitHub manages a community of more than 28m developers
  • rise to just under $301bn. Amazon overtook Microsoft for the #3 spot, but both are still around $100bn behind the two leading brands by valuation, while Facebook was #6 on $162bn. The biggest change among
  • Microsoft reappointed Dentsu Aegis Network - primarily Carat - as its global media agency. Oil refiner and retailer BP remained under the WPP umbrella. The business is currently led by Ogilvy and Mindshare.

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