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Microsoft Reports Gains in Cloud-Computing Business

Microsoft Corp. posted big fiscal second-quarter gains in its cloud-computing business. The company said it recorded a $13.8 billion charge related to changes to U.S. tax law that drove the company into a quarterly loss.
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