Where to Watch Live Microsoft Earnings Conference Call [FY2013, Q4]

By: Radu Tyrsina
2 minute read

Microsoft is on everybody’s lips these days, as it struggles to find a place for itself in the tablet business with Windows 8, of course. The Redmond giant is about to share its financial statement for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2013 (April, May, June of the fiscal year 2013). While this might not be such an interesting event to watch like this year’s Build conference was, it’s definitely something to watch live, if you have shares in Microsoft or if you’re just a fan of the company.

You will be able to watch the live webcast of Microsoft’s fourth fiscal quarter earnings conferences call on the Microsoft Investor Relations website, by following this link here – http://www.microsoft.com/investor. The direct link to the webcast is provided at the end of the article.

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Watch live the webcast as Microsoft shares its financial statements

The live stream of Microsoft’s earnings conference call will start from 2:30 P.T. Pacific Time/5:30 E.T. Eastern Time. Head over to this page to convert it to your local time. If you want to make sure you won’t miss the earnings conference call, then you can also sign up by email by filling up this form on Microsoft’s web page.

From my experience with such events, it’s better if you watch the live webcast on Internet Explorer rather than on other browser, as you might be required to download additional plugins. While that might not be such a big issue, sometimes you will get crashes and bugs.

Link to Microsoft’s Earnings Conference Call Live Webcast

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