Microsoft Division President Sells Stock

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| Microsoft President of Entertainment Robert Bach Sells 20,000 Shares
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http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/071203/micro...ions.html?.v=1


Two weeks ago:

Microsoft Unit President Sells Shares

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| The president of the entertainment division at software provider Microsoft
| Corp. sold 20,000 shares of common stock, according to a Securities and
| Exchange Commission filing. *
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http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/071121/micro...ions.html?.v=1


Related:

Microsoft exec dumped stock prior to Red Ring announcement

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| To make matters more murky, the sales were not registered with the Securities
| and Exchange Commission within the mandatory two days of the transaction, a
| result of an alleged "administrative error." Microsoft has since remedied the
| issue by following the "procedures required of late-filers." *
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http://arstechnica.com/journals/thum...ing-addresment


Microsoft's Bach sold more stock before Xbox news

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| Microsoft Corp. executive Robbie Bach sold $3 million more in company stock
| during the period leading up to an announcement about a costly flaw in its
| Xbox video game console than previously reported, according to a filing
| Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. *
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http://www.marketwatch.com/news/stor...D&siteid=yhoof


Insider Trading Hasn't Affect Microsoft Stock - Yet

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| MarketWatch.com reports that Robbie Bach, president of Microsoft's
| Entertainment and Devices division, sold $6.2 million of Microsoft
| stock just prior to announcing that Microsoft was going to have to
| extend XBox 360 warranties to three years because of extensive
| failures. The filings note that this was not part of any
| scheduled diversification or selling program; this was a
| conscious, unscheduled sale by the guy in charge of releasing
| news that could affect the value of Microsoft stock.
|
| [...]
|
| Insider trading is a very serious violation of the law; just
| ask Martha Stewart, who served five months in prison for
| avoiding losses of $43,000 through trades that just had suspicious
| timing (no insider trading was actually proven). This is $6.3
| million that went straight into Robbie Bach's pocket.
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