Phillip M. Bailey, Courier Journal
Microsoft is examining Louisville Metro Government use of its software in a piracy dispute that could lead to a hefty bill for the city.
Julie Bort, Business Insider
Microsoft is cultivating a kinder, gentler image under CEO Satya Nadella, but Business Insider has heard complaints from a couple of Microsoft partners that the company is still playing hardball when it comes to how it charges for software.
Serdar Yegulalp, InfoWorld
The move to per-core licensing could increase the costs of Windows Server substantially and impact Software Assurance customers as well