Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen was never one to seek publicity. But in the end, after his untimely death on Monday, the best way that one can realise his importance to Microsoft was the way he was described in The New York Times in 1982.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has died of complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at the age of 65, his company Vulcan has announced.
Microsoft has been around for 41 years and has more cash lying around than most, but it still retains the mean-spiritedness that has been a part of its corporate culture from the start.
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