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October 07, 2013 AT 1:15 PM
Microsoft has been awfully busy ever since Steve Ballmer announced his retirement back in August. The company bought Nokia, introduced a new Surface tablet lineup, and has been searching in every nook and cranny for a viable replacement for the goofy legend that is Ballmer. Now the year is winding down, and Microsoft is looking ahead to its Ballmer-less future, and as part of its Annual Report for 2013, the company has shared what will be Ballmer's final shareholder letter. Ballmer begins by highlighting some of the growth that Microsoft has seen throughout Fiscal Year 2013, including a 6% growth in revenue and the launch of Windows 8. The company will continue to strive for its One Microsoft strategy, which