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An open letter to Jeff Bezos; Microsoft Surface revenues; and more top posts from July

bezosAmazon and Microsoft information dominated the pages of GeekWire through the month of July. The truth is, each single one of many top tales for the month was tied not directly to one of many firms.

It virtually appears as if there’s a battle happening proper now in Seattle for the top spot in tech, not to point out the battle for good workers. Microsoft continues to be the larger of the 2 firms, with a market worth of $265 billion. However, as we reported, Amazon, valued on Wall Road at $137 billion, is about to surpass Microsoft in worker depend.

Right here’s a glance again on the top tales of the month on GeekWire, based mostly on web page views.

An open letter to Jeff Bezos: A contract worker’s take on Amazon.com (107 feedback, 346 Tweets)

surfacert11111111Microsoft Surface revenue so far: $853 million (16 feedback, 167 Tweets)

‘One Microsoft’: Ballmer unveils massive overhaul, vows to change how Microsoft does business (15 feedback, 58 Tweets)

Here’s what employees love and hate about working at Amazon, Microsoft (4 feedback, 81 Tweets)

Amazon hits 97,000 employees, more than tripling in size in three years (3 feedback, 233 Tweets)

This bad-ass drone turns the Nokia Lumia 1020 into an aerial surveillance device (8 feedback, 238 Tweets)

employees-amazonAmazon, Google employees ranked as ‘least loyal’ (7 feedback, 60 Tweets)

Bing + Office? The latest on Ballmer’s big Microsoft reorg (7 feedback, 22 Tweets)

Microsoft takes $900 million hit on weak Surface RT sales, misses earnings estimates (31 feedback, 55 Tweets)

Microsoft’s big reorg: What to watch, and what it means (28 feedback, 94 Tweets)

Thanks once more to everybody for tuning in to GeekWire. Benefit from the summer season, and make certain to be part of us on September 4th for GeekWire Sounders Day, hosted on the rooftop deck of EMC/Isilon.

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