Microsoft Business Solutions failed to execute in the United States in its March quarter, according to Microsoft CFO John Connors. MBS results were also in line with expectations.
So is the company saying that MBS’s failure to execute was expected? That’s an interesting conclusion about the Fargo, N.D.-based unit that markets the company’s four accounting software lines.
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