Microsoft has gone beyond analysts’ quarterly financial estimates, with strong sales of its Office software and Xbox 360 games console leading the charge.
According to the report, the company increased a record of eight percent in income, taking in $17.4 billion. The company as well observed a four percent boost in income, taking in $6.2 billion. In spite of the increase in income, the reports were not all well. The Online Services division of the company, which houses its flagship Bing Search Engine, saw its ongoing loss extend losing $728 million on incomes of just $662 . . . → Read More: Microsoft’s Quarterly Financial Projections Have Been Aided by Xbox 360