Former Microsoft VP Dick Brass published an opinion article in the New York Times, arguing that the Redmond giant has become "a clumsy, uncompetitive innovator," with "a dysfunctional corporate culture in which the big established groups are allowed to prey upon emerging teams." The company, though hugely profitable, "is failing," he says. Here are some of Brass's key points.
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