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Microsoft Corporation develops, manufactures, licenses and supports a range of software products for computing devices. The Company's software products include operating systems for servers, personal computers and intelligent devices, server applications for distributed computing environments, information worker productivity applications, business solution – more... applications, high-performance computing applications and software development tools and video games. It provides consulting and product support services, and trains and certifies computer system integrators and developers. Microsoft Corporation sells the Xbox 360 video game console and games, the Zune digital music and entertainment device, PC games, and peripherals. The Company has five segments: Client, Server and Tools, the Online Services Business, the Microsoft Business Division, and the Entertainment and Devices Division.In June 2008, the Company acquired Navic Networks. In September 2008, it acquired DATAllegro Inc. – less

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Microsoft Salaries
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Program Manager
$110,000 per year
Based on 85 employees
$78,000$160,000
Senior Program Manager
$143,000 per year
Based on 49 employees
$115,000$190,000
Project Manager
$80,000 per year
Based on 32 employees
$52,000$137,000
Account Manager
$90,000 per year
Based on 21 employees
$69,780$125,000
Software Engineer
$100,000 per year
Based on 19 employees
$78,000$129,000
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