Exclusive | Microsoft terminated longstanding partner agreements with EOH after an anonymous whistle-blower filed a complaint about alleged malfeasance with the US Securities & Exchange Commission.
EOH Holdings on Friday published an open letter to its stakeholders after its shares were pummelled this week following the news that Microsoft had terminated two partner agreements with its subsidiary, EOH Mthombo. Read the full letter here.
In the podcast this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg discuss Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams altercation with an SABC news crew at the weekend, and her subsequent apology.
Microsoft’s own security chief has suggested Internet Explorer should not be used as a main Web browser, saying it now only exists as a “compatibility solution”.
Microsoft reported second quarter sales that met projections, though weakness in the PC market and broader concern about slowing cloud services growth sent the shares lower in late trading.