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Cloud growth helps Microsoft beat Wall Street expectations

WorldNews Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Cloud growth helps Microsoft beat Wall Street expectationsMicrosoft has reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street expectations, as it continued to weather the coronavirus pandemic amid increased demand for its flagship software and services. The company...
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Microsoft was led by continued growth in its cloud services business.

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