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50 Most Powerful in SoCal Sports: No. 8 Steve Ballmer, Clippers

Steve Ballmer, 61, Clippers Owner Last Year’s Rank: 9 Three seasons into his tenure as the world’s richest owner of a sports team, Ballmer is at a crossroads with the Clippers regime, but regardless of who is on the court, the former Microsoft CEO worth north of $30 billion is moving toward constructing a new […]

Microsoft’s cloud business continues to offset weaker operations

Microsoft’s share price has more than doubled since Satya Nadella was named CEO in February 2014. Building on an enterprise business established by his predecessor Steve Ballmer, Nadella has pushed Microsoft away from its proprietary,...Show More Summary

Twitter pops after Steve Ballmer calls it 'a very good asset' (TWTR)

Twitter has been on a tear recently. Over the last week, shares of Twitter are up 9.41%. On Friday, the stock saw a 2.23% bump after Steve Ballmer, former CEO of Microsoft, went to bat for the company. "Twitter is a very good asset," Ballmer told CNBC. Show More Summary

Republicans and Democrats actually do agree on facts, according to a survey commissioned by tech billionaire Steve Ballmer

Tech billionaire Steve Ballmer thinks it's high time that the US works together to solve our issues. The former Microsoft CEO, and current LA Clippers owner, is single-handedly trying to get the nation back to a common sense discussion...Show More Summary

Blake Griffin to re-sign with Clippers for max contract

Blake Griffin took the drama out of his turn as a free agent, agreeing to re-sign with the Clippers Thursday evening after meeting with Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, executives Doc Rivers, Lawrence Frank, Jerry West and a host of players at Staples Center, a source told the Southern California News Group. The Vertical reported the contract will […]

Blake Griffin close to accepting deal to re-sign with Clippers

Blake Griffin has canceled his Saturday meeting with the Phoenix Suns and is expected to re-sign with the Clippers, according to sources close to the negotiations. Griffin met with Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, head coach Doc Rivers and consultant Jerry West today at Staples Center. According to...

Steve Ballmer famously slammed the iPhone — here are 12 other times bosses got it wrong on new tech

Sometimes the next big thing isn't easy to spot—even when its the iPhone, which celebrated its 10th anniversary today. Steve Ballmer, founder of Microsoft, infamously said that Apple's new invention was a waste of money. "Five hundred...Show More Summary

Letters: Jerry West a Clipper? Is it April Fools?

Well, at least Jerry West isn’t a Celtic. Vaughn Hardenberg Westwood :: Maybe Jerry West can convince Steve Ballmer to move the Clippers back to San Diego. Steve Shaevel Woodland Hills :: I hope Jerry West doesn't play in any golf tournaments now that he is a Clippers employee. He'll never get...

Clippers prepare to move out of Staples Center, build new stadium in Inglewood

The city of Inglewood will vote Wednesday on a proposal that’ll see Clippers owner Steve Ballmer fund the cost of a new arena. The City of Inglewood will vote Wednesday to give exclusive rights to the Los Angeles Clippers to build a new stadium for the team, according to the Los Angeles Times’ Brad Turner. Show More Summary

How Utilities Can Avoid Complacency and Boost Customer Satisfaction

Steve Ballmer’s first reaction to the Apple iPhone was not his best moment. During a TV appearance in 2007, the then-Microsoft CEO and current owner of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, mocked the market potential of the iPhone. With a...Show More Summary

Steve Ballmer's USAFacts Uses Smart Design to Make Sense of Government Spending

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USAFacts organizes 30 years of data from more than 70 local, state, and federal government agencies into an interactive visualization of America's finances.

Steve Ballmer could be the happiest retired guy on earth, and the best part is the golf

For former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, life is good. His Microsoft stock is trading near an all-time high. His basketball team, the Los Angeles Clippers, has been doing well. He's had time to focus on philanthropy. And USAFacts, his...Show More Summary

Why billionaire Steve Ballmer spent $10 million to build a free — and strangely patriotic — website

It's been said we're living in a post-fact, post-truth world, where people choose to ignore facts or believe lies that challenge their own worldview. Steve Ballmer, the billionaire former CEO of Microsoft and current NBA Clippers team...Show More Summary

Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer: ‘We’ve Been Kicking the Lakers’ Ass’

The Clippers are winning the ballte of Los Angeles. The post Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer: ‘We’ve Been Kicking the Lakers’ Ass’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Steve Ballmer on the Clippers' second-fiddle status in LA: 'Let's face it. We've been kicking the Lakers' a--'

Since Steve Ballmer bought the Los Angeles Clippers in 2014, there's no question that they've been the city's better basketball team compared to the Lakers. The Clippers have been among the top four teams in the Western Conference by wins/losses under Ballmer's ownership while the Lakers have been among the bottom two. Show More Summary

Steve Ballmer, Clippers to debut new way to watch NBA game

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The new software will let fans see which plays are being run and keep up with fantasy points.        

After investing in Twitter, Steve Ballmer gave up investing (TWTR)

RANCHO PALOS VERDES, California — When Steve Ballmer retired from the CEO job at Microsoft in 2014, he set his sights on becoming a tech investor and soon made a big bet on Twitter, acquiring a 4% stake. That bet has not turned out very...Show More Summary

Steve Ballmer still does not know what he did wrong with mobile

The fault for today’s failure with Windows Mobile can ultimately be laid at the feet of Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, who failed to nurture their mobile OS when it needed it the most. At the currently ongoing Recode Conference, ex-Microsoft...Show More Summary

Clippers owner Steve Ballmer shows off his AI-powered basketball broadcast

Steve Ballmer wants to upgrade your basketball viewing experience.  The former Microsoft CEO and owner of the LA Clippers demonstrated some new capabilities of Second Spectrum, a service he's planning on releasing in 2018 that adds the...Show More Summary

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