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The sheer scale of Microsoft's acquisition shouldn't distract from how risky and difficult it will be - and some major questions won't have answers for years
Company creates several new roles including new HR and DEI leaders, triples compliance and investigation team
Experts break down the biggest implications from the record-breaking $68.7 billion deal
WSJ reports that the CEO discussed buying games press outlets to "change the public narrative about the company"
Employee group says it "remains committed to fighting for workplace improvements"
"It requires consistency, commitment and leadership that not only talks the talk, but walks the walk," Microsoft CEO says
Microsoft has more likely targeted Candy Crush than Call of Duty to grow its business
Company states that it stopped manufacturing consoles to focus on production of Xbox Series X/S"
Xbox boss reiterates Series X|S is Microsoft's fastest-selling console generation
Software will enable users to play mobile games on laptops and desktops, won't rely on cloud streaming
New brand PC Game Pass implemented during The Game Awards, more day one games confirmed
Microsoft has been a star performer over the last six months, which bodes well for the years ahead
A welcome return to the iconic series' roots with enough gusto to bring it in line with modern shooters
Microsoft's gaming leadership "disturbed and deeply troubled" by claims against Call of Duty publisher's CEO
Xbox boss says enabling people to continue playing titles they own "seems like a great North Star" for games companies
Xbox chief thinks market is still in an experimentation phase, but doesn't want "that kind of content"
Feature is currently set to mark several common Arabic names as inappropriate content
Latest episode explores our first and fondest memories of Microsoft's original console
Japanese firm looking into using Azure to build games as part of 'Super Game' strategy
Declining third-party game sales limits growth for Xbox content and services, but overall gaming revenues on the rise
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