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Microsoft’s Cloud-computing business fuels sales that topped estimates

By Bloomberg
28 April 2019   |   7:19 am
Microsoft Corp.’s cloud computing business fueled quarterly sales and profit that topped analysts’ estimates, boosted by several new deals with large corporate clients.

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