Microsoft's Nadella Takes Charge
CEO Satya Nadella will face tough challenges in his 2nd year in charge.
Topping our recent index tonight breaking news here about the owner of the LA clippers late word today that Donald Sterling has now agreed to his team and drop his lawsuit against the NBA. Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer now buying the team for two billion dollars. And before the break here we
We're going to start with the overnight develops in the L.A. Clippers saga. Could this thing finally be winding down? The league has agreed to let shelly sterling sell the clippers for $2 billion. But Donald sterling is vowing to fight, amid swirling questions about his mental competence. Ryan
Donald Sterling's mental health may have been a key factor in selling the LA Clippers.
The former Microsoft CEO and devoted basketball fan has bid $2 billion for the NBA team.
Microsoft billionaire Steve Ballmer makes bid for the basketball team, with sale pending approval by the NBA.
The new idea makes the company's stagnant stock jump to the highest in a decade.
Nadella, 46, joined Microsoft in 1992 and will be its third CEO after Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer.
The 57-year-old businessman will retire within 12 months after 33 years with the company.
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