Hey, enterprise startups! Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will hear your elevator pitch

Hey, enterprise startups! Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will hear your elevator pitch

venturebeat.com
New   Steve Ballmer is no diva, but he kept 100 senior technology executives waiting around today. Microsoft‘s CEO was otherwise engaged listening to founders pitch their startup ideas, and offering advice to build an enduring enterprise software business. After making a plea for “total Windows domination,” the war-weary executive took...
Hey, enterprise startups! Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will hear your elevator pitch
                                       

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