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Subject: Re: LONG TERM GROWTH Date: 2/22/1999 8:25 PM
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101 wrote:
<<What do the fools think Microsoft will be worth in 5-10 years? Also at what percentage of growth do you think it will grow at?>>

Geez 101, if any of us had the answers to those two questions we'd be in pretty good shape, wouldn't we? :)

I think Microsoft will continue to dominate the industry. Much like Dell, I don't see the company resting on its laurels. I'm enouraged that Microsoft invests something like $3 billion annually in research and development. It's the old story... what have you done for me lately. My guess is that Microsoft will continue to deliver for the next 3-5 years, if not longer.

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The judge circulated a memo today stating that both he and David Boies (the prosecuting attorney) have conflicts coming up and apparently the trial will take a six-week break so that they can deal with the conflicts. The trial would reportedly resume mid-April. With final witnesses and closing arguments, the trial could easily run into May. Then, the judge will have to deliberate and decide a verdict and what remedies to impose, if any. Of course, there will be appeals as well.
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