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Entertainment Microsoft increases dividend and announces stock buyback of up to 60 billion dollars at

11:40  15 september  2021
11:40  15 september  2021 Source:   boerse-online.de

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  Microsoft erhöht Dividende und kündigt Aktienrückkauf von bis zu 60 Mrd Dollar an © Microsoft The US software conscporary board has approved a new share buyback program of up to $ 60 billion and at the same time raised the quarterly dividend by eleven percent, Microsoft shared on Tuesday with. This corresponds to an increase of 6 cents to $ 0.62 per share compared to the distribution of the previous quarter. According to the world's largest software manufacturer, the share buyback program that is not temporary can be terminated at any time. The Executive Board also approved the appointment of Brad Smith as Deputy Chairman of Microsoft. Smith already acts as president of the company. The deputy chairmanship was an additional leadership role, explained the company. Microsoft had significantly exceeded the expert expectations in profit and sales in the past quarter. RTR Microsoft © Reuters Microsoft

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