Microsoft’s founder, Bill Gates, is a man who doesn’t like to lose. Since leading his company in 1975, Microsoft has experienced its share of losses, only to rise above and conquer most in its path. And Microsoft has battled the best of them, having won against everything from anti-trust suits, to the ongoing salvoes from hackers.

By basically changing software into a money-making enterprise that would ultimately be in demand by all users of personal computers, this is the man who offered the world a new way of communicating and of conducting business.

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