Microsoft: What Growth Slowdown?

Citing opportunities online and abroad, executives in Redmond project sales will grow faster than the company's size would lead investors to expect

In recent years, Microsoft (MSFT) executives have often told eager investors longing for the glory days of the 1990s that its financial results were limited by "the law of large numbers"—its reference to slowing growth as the company got bigger. The days of revenue growth north of 20% were long gone as annual sales climbed to $51.1 billion.

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