This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more

Steve Ballmer: Microsoft and my passion for business

x
  • Steve Ballmer: Microsoft and my passion for business

    1:9:49

    As part of the Distinguished Speaker Series, Saïd Business School welcomed Steve Ballmer, former Chief Executive Officer at Microsoft.

    04/03/2014

  • x
  • Steve Ballmer Going Crazy on Stage

    2:57

    Steve Ballmer Going Crazy on Stage

    Steven A. Ballmer is chief executive officer of Microsoft Corporation, the world's leading manufacturer of software for personal and business computing. Ballmer joined Microsoft in 1980 and was the first business manager hired by Bill Gates. Since then, Ballmer's leadership and passion have become hallmarks of his tenure at the company.

    Ballmer and the company's business and technical leaders are focused on continuing Microsoft's innovation and leadership across the company's core businesses. Microsoft's goal is to provide an integrated platform to enable a seamless experience across a wide range of computing and non-PC devices and services.

    Variously described as ebullient, focused, funny, passionate, sincere, hard-charging and dynamic, Ballmer has infused Microsoft with his own brand of energetic leadership, vision and spirit over the years.

    Ballmer was born in March 1956, and grew up near Detroit, where his father worked as a manager at Ford Motor Co. He graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics. While in college, Ballmer managed the football team, worked on the Harvard Crimson newspaper as well as the university literary magazine, and lived down the hall from fellow sophomore Bill Gates. After college, he worked for two years at Procter & Gamble Co. as an assistant product manager and, before joining Microsoft, attended Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­--------------------------------

  • x
  • A tribute to Microsofts Steve Ballmer

    2:00

    With Satya Nadella officially Microsoft's new CEO, it's time to say goodbye to one of the most enthusiastic personalities in technology. Make no mistake, he will be missed. A loving tribute. Video by Billy Disney. More from The Verge:

    Subscribe:

    Check out our full video catalog:
    Visit our playlists:
    Like The Verge on Facebook:
    Follow on Twitter:
    Follow on Instagram:
    Read More:

  • Ballmer thanks Microsoft Employees in farewell address

    4:45

    Outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has always been a speaker and performer like no other — his absolute enthusiasm for his company is electric in person, turning ordinary corporate events into raw displays of emotion that are often criticized but never forgotten.

    Read more at The Verge: More from The Verge:

    Subscribe:

    Check out our full video catalog:
    Visit our playlists:
    Like The Verge on Facebook:
    Follow on Twitter:
    Follow on Instagram:
    Read More:

  • x
  • Steve Ballmer goes crazy at a Microsoft corporate event

    1:10

    Steve Ballmer goes crazy at a Microsoft corporate event Steve Ballmer goes crazy at a Microsoft corporate event Steve Ballmer goes crazy at a Microsoft corporate event Proof that money can't buy you rhythm! Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer shows off his cringeworthy sideline moves

    Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer was spotted dancing to Fergie during the singer's halftime performance Wednesday night
    Ballmer previously showed off his high energy dance moves in a video from a presentation he delivered in 2006 while working at Microsoft
    This is Ballmer's first season owning the Clippers, having purchased the team for $2billion in the wake of the Donald Sterling scandal

    By Chris Spargo For Dailymail.com

    Published: 10:49 EST, 8 January 2015 | Updated: 13:17 EST, 8 January 2015

    9 shares

    6

    View comments

    Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is apparently a Fergie fan boy.

    The former Microsoft CEO was spotted breaking it down with some impressive sideline dance moves as the Black Eyed Peas singer performed at the Staples Center Wednesday evening during his team's game against the Los Angeles Lakers.

    He screamed, he flailed his arms, and he danced as if no one was watching.

    Scroll down for videos
    Don't phunk with my heart: Steve Ballmer (above with Fergie) showed off some impressive dance moves Wednesday evening during a performance from the Black Eyed Peas singer
    +1

    Don't phunk with my heart: Steve Ballmer (above with Fergie) showed off some impressive dance moves Wednesday evening during a performance from the Black Eyed Peas singer
    Steve Ballmer
    Steve Ballmer

    Break it down: The former Microsoft CEO was filmed screaming and flailing his arms (above) on the sideline during the singer's performance
    Fergie causes Clippers owner Steve Ballmer to start dad dancing

    'He danced exactly how I expected him to, but the enthusiasm is amazing' said Clippers player Blake Griffin.

    Head coach Doc Rivers said he had 'no comment' on Ballmer's dance moves, joking; 'Our relationship is too new.'

    He then added; 'It probably distracted the whole team, that's for sure.'

    Forward Matt Barnes may have had the best response however, saying; 'You can't have everything. You can't have money and moves.'

    Read more:
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

  • Steve Ballmers Top 10 Rules For Success

    26:35

    He's an American businessman who was the chief executive officer of Microsoft.

    He's the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers.

    He has an estimated net worth of US$27.8 billion.

    He's Steve Ballmer and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.


    $$$$ CHECK OUT MY BOOK $$$$
    Some used the ideas in this book to build multi-billion-dollar businesses. I'll give you the simple-yet-powerful formula that they used (and you can) to realize your dreams. Get yours.



    .:;$ JOIN MY #BELIEVE NEWSLETTER $;:.
    This is the best way to have entrepreneur gold delivered to your inbox, and to be inspired, encouraged and supported in your business. Join #BelieveNation and feel the love.


    .:SOURCES:.








    1. Ideas matter
    At college, he was a manager for the Harvard Crimson football team, and lived down the hall from fellow sophomore Bill Gates.

    2. Get in the weight room
    He scored highly in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition.

    3. Carpe diem
    He worked as an assistant product manager at Procter & Gamble for two years.

    4. Stay optimistic
    In 1980, he dropped out of the Stanford Graduate School of Business to join Microsoft.

    5. Be hardcore
    He joined Microsoft on June 11, 1980, and became Microsoft's 30th employee, the first business manager hired by Gates.

    6. Learn how to tell a story
    When Microsoft was incorporated in 1981, Ballmer owned 8% of the company.

    7. Hold yourself accountable
    In January 2000, Ballmer was officially named chief executive officer.

    8. Be your own quarterback
    Under Ballmer's tenure as CEO, Microsoft's annual revenue surged from $25 billion to $70 billion.

    9. Have fun
    He also constructed the company's $20 billion Enterprise Business, consisting of new products and services.

    10. Be passionate
    He's known for his energetic and exuberant personality, which is meant to motivate employees and partners.

    Bonus:
    Treasure time.
    Pedal fast.
    Love what you do.

    Brennan Dolan:
    Steve Balmer!!!


    .: COMMON QUESTIONS :.
    * What is #BTA?:
    * How do I get one of Evan's t-shirts?:
    * Why does Evan look like Nicolas Cage?:
    * Why does Evan make so many videos?


    .: SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL :.
    If you want to do great things you need to have a great environment. Create one by subbing and watching daily.



    .: CAPTION THIS VIDEO :.
    If you loved this video, help people in other countries enjoy it too by making captions for it. Spread the love and impact.



    .: CONNECT WITH ME :.
    Leave a comment on this video and it'll get to me. Or you can connect with me on different social platforms too:
    Twitter:
    Facebook:
    Google+:
    Website:


    .: MORE ABOUT ME PERSONALLY :.
    About:
    Coaching:
    Speaking:


    .: VIDEO SCHEDULE :.
    Top 10 Rules for Success - Weekdays at 8pm EST:
    #Entspresso - Weekdays at 7am EST :
    #BelieveLife - Sundays at 7am EST:
    #EvansBook - Saturdays at 8pm EST:
    Life with Evan - Sundays at 8pm EST:


    Thank you for watching - I really appreciated it :)

    Cheers,

    Evan
    #Believe

  • x
  • How to Pass an Interview, According to Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer

    2:49

    Nov. 7 -- Former Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer gives Bloomberg Studio 1.0 host Emily Chang one of his brain teaser interview questions.

  • Steve Ballmer Talks About His Own Crazy Behavior

    2:09

    Steve Ballmer Talks About His Own Behavior

    Steven A. Ballmer is chief executive officer of Microsoft Corporation, the world's leading manufacturer of software for personal and business computing. Ballmer joined Microsoft in 1980 and was the first business manager hired by Bill Gates. Since then, Ballmer's leadership and passion have become hallmarks of his tenure at the company.

    Ballmer and the company's business and technical leaders are focused on continuing Microsoft's innovation and leadership across the company's core businesses. Microsoft's goal is to provide an integrated platform to enable a seamless experience across a wide range of computing and non-PC devices and services.

    Variously described as ebullient, focused, funny, passionate, sincere, hard-charging and dynamic, Ballmer has infused Microsoft with his own brand of energetic leadership, vision and spirit over the years.

    Ballmer was born in March 1956, and grew up near Detroit, where his father worked as a manager at Ford Motor Co. He graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics. While in college, Ballmer managed the football team, worked on the Harvard Crimson newspaper as well as the university literary magazine, and lived down the hall from fellow sophomore Bill Gates. After college, he worked for two years at Procter & Gamble Co. as an assistant product manager and, before joining Microsoft, attended Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­--------------------------------

  • Steve Ballmer - Providing Government Data Without Partisanship with USAFacts | The Daily Show

    9:08

    L.A. Clippers Chairman Steve Ballmer discusses his feelings in regards to a wealth tax, the process of building a new arena for the Clippers and the nonpartisan website USAFacts. #TheDailyShow #SteveBallmer #USAFacts

    Subscribe to The Daily Show:


    Follow The Daily Show:
    Twitter:
    Facebook:
    Instagram:

    Watch full episodes of The Daily Show for free:

    Follow Comedy Central:
    Twitter:
    Facebook:
    Instagram:

    About The Daily Show:
    Trevor Noah and The World’s Fakest News Team tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.

    The Daily Show with Trevor Noah airs weeknights at 11/10c on Comedy Central.

  • x
  • The Employee That Made $72 Billion - The Story Of Steve Ballmer

    7:24

    Usually, billionaires get their wealth by growing massive international corporations and/or investing for decades. As a result, we wouldn't expect an employee who starts out making $50,000 per year to become a billionaire, but that's exactly what happened to Steve Ballmer. Steve Ballmer joined Microsoft in 1980 and received an 8% stake in Microsoft soon after, and this alone would eventually make him into a multi-billionaire. However, the vast majority of his wealth was made in the past few years after he retired as the new Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, was able to quintuple Microsoft's stock price skyrocketing Steve Ballmer to 70 billion dollars. This video explains the story of Steve Ballmer and how Steve Ballmer got so rich.

    FREE STOCKS:
    ◆Get 2 Free Stocks (one valued up to $1,400) on WeBull


    GEAR:
    ◆Microphone -
    ◆Microphone Stand -

    Timestamps:
    0:00 - The Employee Billionaire
    0:49 - Early Career
    2:09 - The Corporate Ladder
    3:18 - Controversial CEO
    5:53 - Wealth After Retirement

    Resources:


    DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description as well as the comments might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting my channel so I can continue to provide you with free content each week!

  • Steve Ballmer - Ive Kinda Drifted Apart From Bill Gates

    5:37

    Steve Ballmer said his decision to push Microsoft Corp. into the hardware business contributed to the breakdown of his relationship with longtime friend and company co-founder Bill Gates. Ballmer's only regret: not doing it sooner.
    Read:

  • Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer Playday

    1:41

    A short video Billy G made for the PDC 2001 Keynote

  • Steve Ballmer at Stanford University

    5:39

    Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft gives a talk at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business on March 15 2007

  • CS50 2014 - CS50 Lecture by Steve Ballmer

    47:58

    Microsoft's own Steve Ballmer '77 joins CS50 for a guest lecture on his time at Harvard and Microsoft and takes questions from students.

  • Ballmer Laughs at iPhone

    2:23

    $500 for a phone???? LOL

  • Microsoft vs Apple - Steve Ballmer interview

    5:42

    Steve Ballmer Talks About Apple

    Steven A. Ballmer is chief executive officer of Microsoft Corporation, the world's leading manufacturer of software for personal and business computing. Ballmer joined Microsoft in 1980 and was the first business manager hired by Bill Gates. Since then, Ballmer's leadership and passion have become hallmarks of his tenure at the company.

    Ballmer and the company's business and technical leaders are focused on continuing Microsoft's innovation and leadership across the company's core businesses. Microsoft's goal is to provide an integrated platform to enable a seamless experience across a wide range of computing and non-PC devices and services.

    Variously described as ebullient, focused, funny, passionate, sincere, hard-charging and dynamic, Ballmer has infused Microsoft with his own brand of energetic leadership, vision and spirit over the years.

    Ballmer was born in March 1956, and grew up near Detroit, where his father worked as a manager at Ford Motor Co. He graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics. While in college, Ballmer managed the football team, worked on the Harvard Crimson newspaper as well as the university literary magazine, and lived down the hall from fellow sophomore Bill Gates. After college, he worked for two years at Procter & Gamble Co. as an assistant product manager and, before joining Microsoft, attended Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­--------------------------------

  • Steve Ballmer Shares His Winning Philosophy On Business And Investing | CNBC

    16:33

    Former Microsoft CEO and philanthropist Steve Ballmer discusses going beyond just giving money to help the underprivileged achieve success, a winning philosophy on business and investing, his tenure at Microsoft and what he believes the role of government is in healthcare and capitalism. With CNBC's Jon Fortt. Published on January 10th, 2018.

    Jon Fortt is the co-anchor of Squawk Alley on CNBC, and has covered the tech scene for more than 15 years. Fortt Knox brings you rich ideas and powerful people with interviews, a podcast and a weekly live show every Wednesday at 2 p.m.

    The weekly Fortt Knox Podcast features in-depth conversations with people who are changing the world of business.

    PODCAST:
    iTunes and iOS:
    Google Play:

    » Subscribe to CNBC:

    About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more.

    Connect with CNBC News Online
    Get the latest news:
    Find CNBC News on Facebook:
    Follow CNBC News on Twitter:
    Follow CNBC News on Google+:
    Follow CNBC News on Instagram:

    Steve Ballmer Shares His Winning Philosophy On Business And Investing | CNBC

  • Steve Ballmer: Microsoft Like a Startup in Search

    2:41

    Complete video at:

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer discusses his company's plans for developing its search engine services. Ballmer describes Microsoft's position as 'like a startup' compared to that of market leader Google.

    -----

    Steven Anthony Ballmer needs no introduction. He has been the chief executive officer of Microsoft Corporation since January 2000. Ballmer joined Microsoft on June 11, 1980, and became Microsoft's 24th employee, the first business manager hired by Gates. As a visionary and leader, Steve Ballmer has led Microsoft to the top of the computer software world. - Stanford University

    Steven A. Ballmer is Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Corporation, the world's leading manufacturer of software for personal and business computing. Ballmer joined Microsoft in 1980 and was the first business manager hired by Bill Gates. Since then, Ballmer's leadership and passion have become hallmarks of his tenure at the company. Ballmer and the company's business and technical leaders are focused on continuing Microsoft's innovation and leadership across the company's core businesses. Microsoft's goal is to provide an integrated platform to enable a seamless experience across a wide range of computing and non-PC devices and services. Variously described as ebullient, focused, funny, passionate, sincere, hard-charging and dynamic, Ballmer has infused Microsoft with his own brand of energetic leadership, vision and spirit over the years. Ballmer was born in March 1956, and grew up near Detroit, where his father worked as a manager at Ford Motor Co. He graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics. While in college, Ballmer managed the football team, worked on the Harvard Crimson newspaper as well as the university literary magazine, and lived down the hall from fellow sophomore Bill Gates. After college, he worked for two years at Procter & Gamble Co. as an assistant product manager and, before joining Microsoft, attended Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

  • Ballmer puts Microsoft in the spotlight

    1:13

    Microsoft CEO's slip on Windows 8 and a hedge fund manager's call for his ouster put the software giant in focus after Memorial Day.

  • Steve Ballmer: What I Would Do Differently at Microsoft

    42

    Oct. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Betty Liu reports on former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s reflections on what he would have done differently during his time at the company. She speaks in today’s “Movers and Shakers” on “In The Loop.”

    -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube:

    On In the Loop with Betty Liu, Betty Liu reports on breaking news headlines, Wall Street movers and shakers, global leaders, billionaires and interviews the most influential guests -- all as the opening bell rings the market into action. Betty Liu's robust team of Bloomberg TV reporters includes frequent appearances by Bloomberg market correspondents, among them: Julie Hyman, Michael McKee, Alix Steel, and more.

    In addition to covering leading company news, the show highlights industry competitions including Samsung vs Apple, Pepsi vs Coke, and Aereo vs News Corp, along with coverage of the business leaders involved such as PIMCO's Mohamed El-Erian, WPP founder Sir Martin Sorrell, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, Apple CEO TimCook, Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent, media mogul Rupert Murdoch, billionaire investor Warren Buffett and more. In The Loop broadcasts from Bloomberg TV's New York headquarters, at 8-10am ET/5-7am PT. For a complete compilation of In The Loop videos, visit:

    Watch In The Loop on TV, on the Bloomberg smartphone app, on the Bloomberg TV + iPad app or on the web:

  • x
  • Ballmer I Love This Company

    1:26

  • Microsoft-the future | Steve Ballmer

    3:21

    •Oxford Union on Facebook:
    •Oxford Union on Twitter: @OxfordUnion
    •Website:

    Steve Ballmer is an American businessman who was the CEO of Microsoft from January 2000 to February 2014.
    As of 2014, his personal wealth is estimated at $20.7 billion, ranking number 32 on the Forbes

    It was announced on August 23, 2013, that he would step down as Microsoft's CEO within 12 months. On February 4, 2014, Ballmer retired as CEO and was succeeded by Satya Nadella; Ballmer remains on the Board of Directors

    At the Oxford Union, he talks about the future of Microsoft after his departure as CEO

    ABOUT THE OXFORD UNION SOCIETY: The Union is the world's most prestigious debating society, with an unparalleled reputation for bringing international guests and speakers to Oxford. It has been established for 189 years, aiming to promote debate and discussion not just in Oxford University, but across the globe.

  • Steve Ballmer - College Tour Full Interview 2011

    14:01

    PART 1

    PART 2

    PART 3
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­­­­--------------------------------

    Steven A. Ballmer is chief executive officer of Microsoft Corporation, the world's leading manufacturer of software for personal and business computing. Ballmer joined Microsoft in 1980 and was the first business manager hired by Bill Gates. Since then, Ballmer's leadership and passion have become hallmarks of his tenure at the company.

    Ballmer and the company's business and technical leaders are focused on continuing Microsoft's innovation and leadership across the company's core businesses. Microsoft's goal is to provide an integrated platform to enable a seamless experience across a wide range of computing and non-PC devices and services.

    Variously described as ebullient, focused, funny, passionate, sincere, hard-charging and dynamic, Ballmer has infused Microsoft with his own brand of energetic leadership, vision and spirit over the years.

    Ballmer was born in March 1956, and grew up near Detroit, where his father worked as a manager at Ford Motor Co. He graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics. While in college, Ballmer managed the football team, worked on the Harvard Crimson newspaper as well as the university literary magazine, and lived down the hall from fellow sophomore Bill Gates. After college, he worked for two years at Procter & Gamble Co. as an assistant product manager and, before joining Microsoft, attended Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­--------------------------------

  • Former CEO of Microsoft Steve Balmer: Most China Uses Microsoft & Doesnt Pay For It

    10:48

    Subscribe To The New Channel:


    ✝ Please Donate Just $1 A Month.
    Thank you ????


    #POTUSTrumpMAGA
    #POTUSTrumpKAG

    Visit The Website For Exclusive Videos!

  • Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft, interviewed at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo Orlando 2010

    4:54

    Full Interview: Entire Conference: Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft, interviewed by Gartner analysts Neil McDonald and John Pescatore in front of 7,000 CIOs and IT leaders at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo Orlando 2010.

  • Believe it or not, Steve Ballmer was actually super shy as a kid | THE HERD

    3:02

    Find out where Clippers owner Steve Ballmer's emotion comes from and how it helps him in business.
    SUBSCRIBE to get all the latest content from The Herd:

    ►Watch the latest from The Herd:
    ►Watch the latest from Kristine Leahy:
    ►Watch our favorites on “Best of The Herd”:

    ►UNDISPUTED’s YouTube channel:
    ►Speak for Yourself’s YouTube channel:

    See more from THE HERD:
    Like THE HERD on Facebook:
    Follow THE HERD on Twitter:
    Follow THE HERD on Instagram:

    Follow Colin Cowherd on Twitter:
    Follow Kristine Leahy on Twitter:

    About The Herd with Colin Cowherd:
    The Herd with Colin Cowherd is a three-hour sports television and radio show on FS1 and iHeartRadio. Every day, Colin will give you his authentic, unfiltered opinion on the day’s biggest sports topics, and co-host Kristine Leahy will bring you the latest breaking sports news.

    Believe it or not, Steve Ballmer was actually super shy as a kid | THE HERD


    The Herd with Colin Cowherd:

  • Best of Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft

    1:56

    One of the most famous names in the world of IT. The present CEO of Microsoft leaves the company next year.

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE: Steve Ballmer on His Plans for the Clippers | Charlie Rose

    1:12

    In an unaired excerpt from his interview with Charlie Rose, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer discusses plans for his newly acquired NBA team, the Los Angeles Clippers -- both on the court and off.

    SUBSCRIBE to get the latest from Charlie Rose:

    Connect with Charlie Rose Online:

    Visit the Charlie Rose WEBSITE:
    Like Charlie Rose on FACEBOOK:
    Follow Charlie Rose on TWITTER:
    Follow Charlie Rose on INSTAGRAM:

    About Charlie Rose:

    Emmy award winning journalist Charlie Rose has been praised as one of America's premier interviewers. He is the host of Charlie Rose, the nightly PBS program that engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers. USA Today calls Charlie Rose, TV's most addictive talk show. New York Newsday says, Charlie's show is the place to get engaging, literate conversation... Bluntly, he is the best interviewer around today.

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Steve Ballmer on His Plans for the Clippers (Oct. 21, 2014) | Charlie Rose

  • Could Microsoft Be Tapping Fords CEO to Replace Steve Ballmer? | Motor Money by The Motley Fool

    17:33

    Would Alan Mulally really leave Ford for Microsoft? Are GM's new pickups failing? And Tesla catches fire-- in a bad way. These are the topics tackled by Motley Fool analysts Rex Moore and John Rosevear in this week's edition of Motor Money.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------
    Visit us on the web at
    Subscribe to The Motley Fool's YouTube Channel:


    Inside The Motley Fool: Check out our Culture Blog!

    Join our Facebook community:

    Follow The Motley Fool on Twitter:

  • Steve Ballmer-Choosing the Right Projects

    2:27

    Despite Microsoft's size and market dominance, CEO Steve Ballmer considers himself to be a mini venture capitalist in a sea of bright ideas and new market possibilities. Working with the best and the brightest, his is the final
    word on tough

  • Microsofts Steve Ballmer leadership talk, Surface demonstration | London Business School

    38:24

    Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer shares his insights into leadership and the future of technology, and gives demonstrates Surface (PixelSense), the company's interactive touch computing platform for the very first time in the United Kingdom.

    Recorded on 1 October, 2007.
    Subscribe to more videos from LBS:

  • Absolutely clear the rules dont apply in China: Steve Ballmer

    5:48

    Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on the challenges stopping intellectual property theft in China, the regulatory environment, concerns over tech companies becoming too big.

  • How Steve Ballmer Made $100 Billion Working A 9 To 5

    12:01

    Generally, when we think of the richest billionaires in the world, we think of the founders of the top tech companies in the world. However, Steve Ballmer just surpassed a net worth of $100 billion meaning that he is part of the top ten richest people in the world. But, he didn’t found a massive company like Jeff Bezos nor was he an investing genius like Warren Buffett. In fact, Steve Ballmer worked a 9 to 5 throughout his entire career. He did eventually work his way up to Microsoft CEO, but this is not where he even ended up making the vast majority of his money. The vast majority of Steve’s wealth comes from a 4% stake in Microsoft that he earned way back in the early 1980s. Given that Microsoft is worth over $2 trillion today, it’s not surprising that Steve is worth over $100 billion. This video explains Steve Ballmer’s career at Microsoft and how he was able to make $100 billion working a 9 to 5 his entire life.

    Discord Community:


    Timestamps:
    0:00 - 9 To 5 Centibillionaire
    0:45 - Pre-Microsoft
    3:25 - Climbing The Corporate Ladder
    6:52 - Microsoft CEO
    10:07 - Post-Microsoft

    Thumbnail Credits:




    Resources:

  • Steve Ballmer at the GeekWire Sports Tech Summit

    44:51

    Steve Ballmer, the L.A. Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO, brought his trademark energy and enthusiasm to the GeekWire Sports Tech Summit today in Seattle — discussing one of his favorite topics, the intersection of technology and sports.

  • Microsoft Program Manager – Bobby

    1:58

    Meet Bobby, a program manager at Microsoft. See how he mixes his career with his passions outside of work.

    For more information about what it's like to work at Microsoft head to:

    Connect with us on social!
    Facebook:
    Instagram:
    Twitter:

  • Unedited Interview with Steve Ballmer

    9:28

    Channel9 interviewed Steve Ballmer, the CEO of Microsoft.

  • Steve Ballmer: Digging into the Data to Understand our Government

    59:18

    At a SIEPR Associates Meeting on November 29, 2017, Steve Ballmer discussed his efforts to make government data available to the public. Ballmer launched his USAFacts initiative in April 2017 to bring more understanding and transparency to how the government spends its money.

  • Steve Balmer selling you Windows 1.0

    1:06

    Watch in agony as Steve Balmer attemps to sell you Windows 1.0

    Microsoft

  • GeekWire Summit: Fireside Chat with Steve Ballmer

    46:23

    Steve Ballmer and the LA Clippers made headlines this summer with one of the biggest deals in NBA free agent history, but the philanthropist and former Microsoft CEO isn’t content with merely trying to build a championship basketball team. As the founder of USAFacts, the non-partisan, non-profit civic data initiative, he’s on a mission to ground the national conversation in a common understanding of the numbers and trends behind some of the most important and divisive issues facing the country and the world. And in his spare time, he’s working on an augmented reality viewing experience that aims to change the way we watch sports. We kicked off the 2019 GeekWire Summit by catching up with one of the biggest personalities in sports, business and technology. Moderated by GeekWire editor Todd Bishop.

  • Ballmer: CEOs Should Keep Politics to Themselves

    2:05

    Nov. 4 -- Former Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer joins host Emily Chang on Bloomberg Studio 1.0 to discuss the U.S. presidential election.

  • Ballmer Calls 2010 a `Year Like No Other for Microsoft

    1:29

    Jan. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer of Microsoft Corp., speaks about the Kinect sensors for its Xbox device and company performance. Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton reports on Ballmer's remarks at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Ballmer: Move Fast or Die in Tech Business

    1:24

    March 5 (Bloomberg) -- Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks at the Oxford Union Debates, presented in partnership with Bloomberg, about his tenure at Microsoft and what he could have done differently.

  • The Story of Microsoft - How a Computer Club Took Over The World

    18:06

    This video is a full business documentary on Microsoft, Bill Gates, and Paul Allen. It features a lot of archive footage of the early days at microsoft, a lot of old interviews with bill gates, as well as displaying old microsoft products.

    One of my favorite things about making this video was actually going through old microsoft footage and finding the first windows operating system (windows 1.0), the first MS-Dos footage, Windows 95 footage and commercials, etc.

    But ya, this was a pretty full-on business documentary...but because Microsoft is a trillion dollar company with a lot of history, I obviously couldn't get into a lot of topics that i wanted to talk about.

    For example, I wanted to talk about the relationship between Microsoft and Apple a lot more. I wanted to mention Steve Ballmer an Ric Weilands importance to the company. I wanted to talk about what happened to Kent Evans (he unfortunately passed away as a teenager). I wanted to talk about microsofts other investments and their future going ahead with Satya Nadella. I also wanted to dive into bill gates history and biography, but there was just no time for any of that. Most of these could be separate documentaries in themselves.

    This video is about the lakeside computer club. And how a group of teenagers in seattle took over the computer industry, the operating system industry, and the internet browser industry. They also took a giant chunk out of other business fields as well like the gaming industry with xbox and mojang/minecraft, the movie industry with dreamworks, the travel industry with expedia, the social networking industry with linkedin, video calling with skype...etc.

    Microsoft history. History of Microsoft

    My Upcoming Video Game:

    My Programming Course (Learn To Build Any Application Fast):


    Podcast:

    Joisk:
    Twitter:
    Instagram:
    facebook:

    Personal:
    Website! joisk.com
    On Instagram!
    On Twitter!
    On Faceook!

    Contact Me and/or Joisk:
    joisk.com/contact

  • Steve Ballmer: Developers

    25

    Uno de los peces gordos de Microsoft, en lo que parece una presentación de esta compañía, no para de hablar de los developers.

    VISITA:


  • Bill Gates, Michael Dell, and Steve Ballmer talk about coronavirus, success, and life

    1:38:24

    Yahoo Finance's Editor-in-Chief speaks with tech and industry giants Steve Ballmer, Bill Gates, and Michael Dell.

    1. Steve Ballmer
    In this episode of Influencers, Andy speaks with LA Clippers Chairman and former Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, to discuss the return of the NBA season, the coronavirus effect on the tech sector, and Steve's fact-finding endeavor at USAFacts.
    This episode originally aired on June 25, 2020

    2. Bill Gates
    In this episode of Influencers, Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates joins Andy Serwer to discuss his efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.
    This episode originally aired on

    3. Michael Dell
    In this episode of Influencers, Yahoo Finance's Editor-in-Chief, Andy Serwer, speaks with Dell Technologies Chairman & CEO, Michael Dell, for a wide-ranging interview covering the lack of diversity in the tech sector, how Dell has transformed to meet the needs of its customers, and how the pandemic will shape the future of technology.
    This episode originally aired on June 11, 2020

    Subscribe to Yahoo Finance:


    About Yahoo Finance:
    At Yahoo Finance, you get free stock quotes, up-to-date news, portfolio management resources, international market data, social interaction and mortgage rates that help you manage your financial life.

    About Yahoo Finance Premium: With a subscription to Yahoo Finance Premium, get the tools you need to invest with confidence. Discover new opportunities with expert research and investment ideas backed by technical and fundamental analysis. Optimize your trades with advanced portfolio insights, fundamental analysis, enhanced charting, and more.
    To learn more about Yahoo Finance Premium please visit:

    Connect with Yahoo Finance:
    Get the latest news:
    Find Yahoo Finance on Facebook:
    Follow Yahoo Finance on Twitter:
    Follow Yahoo Finance on Instagram:
    Follow Cashay.com
    Follow Yahoo Finance Premium on Twitter:

  • Microsoft Cuts Steve Ballmers Bonus Again

    40

    Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. trimmed the fiscal 2012 bonus for Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer, citing slower-than-planned progress in its online services division and failure to comply with an agreement with European regulators. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft Corp

    25:18

    The energetic CEO of Microsoft Corp, Steve Ballmer, spoke about leadership at the 2006 Institute of Directors Annual Convention. For more information on the Annual Convention, please visit

  • More coming for enterprise customers after Windows 8, says Ballmer

    58

    Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, says enterprise customers will love Windows 8 and it's the first of more to come from Microsoft

  • I Love This Company /// A Remix

    2:29

    DOWNLOAD THE MP3 HERE:

    THE ORIGINAL VIDEOS:


    (Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer Night at the Roxbury theme)


    (Steve Ballmer: Advertisers, Advertisers, Advertisers)


    (Steve Ballmer I'm PC Microsoft Ad)


    (Steve Ballmer Going Nuts... Again)


    (Steve Jobs and Steve Ballmer)


    (Steve Ballmer Going Crazy)



    I have four words for you...

    I Love This Company

    The amount of split energy
    Split work, split IQ in the company
    Really cost our end customer
    Real innovation in our product line

    Whenever I hear these criticisms
    Which I gotta say.. Sting
    Uh Sometimes
    I say to myself

    Not anymore baby
    I am a PC
    And I love this company
    I love This Company


    The only problem with Microsoft is
    They just have no taste
    They have absolutely no taste

    And uh I don't mean that in a small way
    I mean it in a big way

    In the sense that
    They don't think of original ideas
    And they don't bring much culture into their product

    I have a problem with the fact that
    They just make really third rate products
    STING
    Really, really third rate products
    STING, STING

    They have absolutely no taste

    Whenever I hear these criticisms
    Which I gotta say sting
    Uh.. sometimes
    I say to myself

    Not anymore baby
    I am a PC
    And I love this company
    I love this company

    I will admit

    I am a PC and I love this company
    I love this company

  • Steve Ballmer on his data project set out to inform Americans

    1:11:33

    Andy Serwer of Yahoo Finance sits down with Steve Ballmer former Microsoft CEO to discuss his life after Microsoft and his new data project USAFacts designed to provide people with unbiased data. This interview took place at the Penn Wharton inaugural Economic Policy Forum from the Capitol Visitor Center in Washington D.C. on July 18, 2018.

    Subscribe to Yahoo Finance:

    About Yahoo Finance:
    At Yahoo Finance, you get free stock quotes, up-to-date news, portfolio management resources, international market data, social interaction and mortgage rates that help you manage your financial life.

    Connect with Yahoo Finance:
    Get the latest news:
    Find Yahoo Finance on Facebook:
    Follow Yahoo Finance on Twitter:
    Follow Yahoo Finance on Instagram:

Shares

x

Check Also

Menu