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Lists the number of people with various forms of Microsoft certifications

Microsoft wages a constantly evolving war against software pirates. To counter piracy, the company is preparing technological innovations that customers will begin to see in 2000

To prevent CDs from being copied, and software from being installed illegally, Microsoft's Home and Retail Division has licensed the SafeDisc technology from Macrovision

Outlines the six major forms of software piracy

Settling a suit that seemed relatively weak compared to the DoJ's, Microsoft avoids further legal torture. The outcome could mark a turning point in the company's attitude

Bill Gates moves aside to concentrate on technology strategy. Steve Ballmer now has final responsibility for all business decisions

Arguing that it has broken no laws, Microsoft says it was legitimately protecting its intellectual property. In the browser market, Microsoft says it was merely ensuring competition

Once again, quarterly earnings exceeded analyst expectations. Despite all the talk of the 'impending decline of the PC era,' the Microsoft money-making machine proceeds unabated

Compares key financial measurements for the second quarter of fiscal year 1999 through the second quarter of fiscal 2000

Microsoft CFO Gregg Maffei resigned in December to become CEO of a Canadian company that builds and operates high-bandwidth fiber-optic networks