Microsoft is holding its annual shareholders meeting starting at 8 a.m. today at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. (Microsoft is also allowing shareholders to vote and ask questions online via its Virtual Shareholder Meeting.)
I’ll be liveblogging the shareholders meeting from Meydenbauer Center below in this blog post.
Microsoft shares, by the way, closed at $27.08 Tuesday. Veteran financial analyst Rick Sherlund, with Nomura, issued a note today revising downward his forecast for traditional PC shipments. He called the Windows 8 launch awkward but said “we suspect that the shares of Microsoft already reflect much of the bad news. We think investors that can have a thick skin through the awkward quarter or two of the Windows 8 transition will likely see better traction ahead.”
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