The Goldman Sachs Group, an American multinational banking firm that engages in global investment banking, investment management, securities, and other financial services, primarily with institutional clients, will soon be revamping its performance appraisal system.
Microsoft has announced that it’s going to purchase all of Nokia’s Devices and Services unit. This deal is meant to help the software giant and the once-influential cellphone maker catch up with the mobile computing revolution.
I think we all agree that nowadays, Microsoft is not the company it was once. A decade ago, they were ‘on top of the mountain’ and now, because of the “astonishingly foolish management decisions”, as Kurt Eichenwald (two-time George Polk Award winner and VanityFair’s newest contributing editor) stated, they are barely keeping their heads above the water. He made some investigations, and thanks to dozens of interviews and internal corporate records, he managed to find out details that show Microsoft’s true colors, while under ‘the reign’ of Steve Ballmer, the current C.E.O.