Microsoft is looking to return money to its shareholders in a major way this coming year, all as the tech giant experiences a wave of unprecedented fiscal growth.
For those wondering how the team from Redmond, Washington, plans on pushing wealth back to those who have helped Microsoft's stock valuation jump by 31 percent in the past year, Bloomberg's Dina Bass notes that the key to this endeavor is a $40 billion stock buyback program. If this plan sounds a little familiar to you, that's probably because Microsoft is already in the midst of a $40 billion stock buyback venture that is set to wrap up at the end of this year.
Want to read more about this digital leader's ambitious use of one of the industry's largest corporate cash reserves? Then be sure to check in with Bass over on the Bloomberg site as she breaks down the details of Microsoft's bold buyback plan.