Revenue for Microsoft Business nudged up less than a half percent as sales hit $211 million in the quarter ended December 31, up from $210 million a year earlier.
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The company says that declines in service and online revenue offset increases in license and enhancement revenue. The unit continued to cut its losses as there was $29 million in red ink, compared to losses of $139 million in last year's corresponding period.