Why Microsoft Engages in Foreign Direct Investment Outflow to India

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Why Microsoft Engages in Foreign Direct Investment Outflow to India
Microsoft is a multi-national, publicly owned corporation that was founded in 1975 by William (Bill) H. Gates and his friend from childhood, Paul Allen. During his junior year, Bill Gates left Harvard University to pursue his vision of making desktop computers an integral part of the home offices of mainstream America. The company has since evolved well past Gates’ initial vision of the desktop home office. Microsoft is permanently woven into the fabric of businesses worldwide. Microsoft continues to develop software and hardware for personal computing needs and for large corporate and government computing needs (Microsoft News Center, n.d.).
Currently Microsoft has six...
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