Microsoft (MSFT) ends in 2018 on a high note as the software giant becomes Dow's top technology performer of the year.
The produced software became the most valuable US trading company in November. In addition, Microsoft was also the most efficient technology store, beating analysts 'quarterly expectations it reported in 2018.
Last year, Microsoft reported quarterly revenue of $ 1.14 per share and beat analysts' expectations to 96 cents. Revenues amounted to $ 29.08 billion, compared to Wall Street's $ 27.90 billion. Microsoft was also the most durable name in US hedge funds in the third quarter, according to a list drawn up by WalletHub.
In March, the company reorganized, with Terry Myerson, who had been executive vice president for Windows and Units Group, leaving the company. The group was also split into two separate entities: the "Experiences and Devices" team, led by Rajesh Jha, former executive vice president of Microsoft's Office Product Group; and the "Cloud and AI Platform" team, led by executive vice president Scott Guthrie.
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Stocks in Microsoft were up 0.78% to $ 101.19 in recent trading Monday.