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22 January 2009 By Jeff Segal

The software maker surprised the market with results below expectations. And it s laying off 5,000 employees the first mass cuts in its history. The miss underlines its vulnerabilities. CEO Ballmer needs to stop playing video games and focus on his core business.

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