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Microsoft says hackers viewed source code, didn’t change it

Microsoft said Thursday in a blog post that hackers tied to a massive intrusion of dozens of U.S. government agencies and private companies sneaked further into its systems than previously thought, although the intrusion doesn’t appear to have caused any additional harm

Game On: What Microsoft’s $7.5B purchase of ZeniMax means for gamers

On Sept. 21, it was announced that for $7.5 billion, Microsoft would be purchasing ZeniMax Media Inc. Will this acquisition mean huge franchises like “The Elder Scrolls,” “Fallout,” “Doom,” “Dishonored” and “Wolfenstein” would become exclusive to Xbox and PC moving forward?

Trump administration targets diversity hiring by contractors

American companies promising to hire more Black employees in leadership roles and teach their workforce about racism are getting a message from President Donald Trump’s administration: Watch your step if you want to keep doing business with the federal government.

Game On: Xbox Game Pass invites comparisons to Netflix, Spotify

After a series of leaks in the past week, Microsoft on Wednesday confirmed its next video game consoles will be released on Nov. 10. I say consoles because the company has revealed it will offer two options this time around: the beefy Xbox Series X for $500 and the less-powerful, disc drive-less Xbox Series S for $300.

Motley Fool: Huge – and growing

Microsoft, with a market value recently topping $1.5 trillion and annual revenue topping $143 billion, was once an aging tech giant that had grown complacent and overly dependent on its Windows and Office software cash cows.

Microsoft punting on Mixer video game streaming site

Mixer, the video game streaming site acquired by Microsoft in 2016 to expand its digital footprint, will be shutting down, transitioning its community of streamers to Facebook Gaming, a rival platform, instead.

Motley Fool: Microstrong

Microsoft has the brand recognition, network-effect advantage and resources to continue winning in the markets it serves.