Thankfully investors aren't limited to by the number of stocks they select, but if they were, here are three that should top the list.
The Windows maker has delivered a surprisingly appealing device at a good price point.
The company needs to do something to change the course of its ongoing battle with Sony over console customers.
The line has lost market share and may not have any way to get it back.
Microsoft just launched its first smartwatch, the Band. Will this preemptive strike against Apple Watch pay off?
What do iPads and Surfaces mean for Apple and Microsoft’s long-term business strategies?
Fitbit just announced that its devices will offer integration with Microsoft’s Cortana on Windows Phones. What does this mean for the future of Microsoft’s mobile health efforts?
The Surface Pro 3 drove strong hardware sales for Microsoft during its most recent quarter.
Microsoft's new offer is incredibly attractive for businesses and those customers are much more valuable to Microsoft than personal users.
Nothing can guarantee investment success, but finding companies with compelling, long-term value propositions is as close as you can get.