While many businesspeople are worrying about a possible recession, Microsoft says it sees its part in the economy remaining strong.
In a telephone interview on Thursday, Colleen Healy, Microsoft's general manager of investor relations, said that the company booked a greater amount of future revenue than it had expected, taking in about $500 million more than planned in its "unearned revenue" column. That comes on top of the record results for the quarter that ended December 31.
"From our perspective, we are expecting IT spending to remain stable," Healy said. "Software, in particular, remains … Read more