Yammer Cofounder: Microsoft Doesn't Get Enough Credit For Being A Great Place To Work (MSFT)

Yammer Cofounder: Microsoft Doesn't Get Enough Credit For Being A Great Place To Work (MSFT)

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After a month of working for his new Microsoft overlords, Yammer CTO and cofounder Adam Pisoni wants critics to know that Microsoft is not wrecking the company, he told Business Insider. Today--right on schedule--Yammer released its first major upgrade since  Microsoft bought the enterprise startup for $1.2 billion on July 19. It...
Yammer Cofounder: Microsoft Doesn't Get Enough Credit For Being A Great Place To Work (MSFT)
                                       

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