Windows falls but Azure and LinkedIn up in Microsoft results


Strong performance from its cloud divisions saw Microsoft deliver yet another successful quarter despite struggles for its Windows operations.

The company’s $51.9 billion revenue for the quarter leading up to June 30 2022 was up 12% compared with the same period last year, comprising an operating income of $20.5 billion (up 8%) and a net income of $16.7 billion (up 2%). This saw share prices increase by $2.23, slightly missing Wall Street’s $2.29 expectation. 



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