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Professor Steve Ballmer: coming this fall to Stanford, this spring to USC

Now that he has stepped away from Microsoft — first as CEO and then as board member — new Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer will be driving down the California highway, teaching business classes as he goes. First up is Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. According to Business Insider, he’ll be “working with faculty member Susan Athey for a strategic management course called ‘TRAMGT588: Leading organizations.’”

After Christmas break, Ballmer will pack up his 1970 Pontiac GTO, roll the windows down, blast the “Dirty Dancing” soundtrack, and drive 250 miles down I-5 S to teach a yet-to-be-identified class at USC’s Marshall School of Business in Los Angeles this spring — just in time to catch the rest of the Clippers season.

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Steve Ballmer steps down from Microsoft board

In a letter addressed to the Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, former chief executive and current owner of the Los Angeles Clippers Steve Ballmer officially stepped down from the Microsoft board of directors, effective immediately. Citing his new commitments to the NBA and civic contribution, he states that it would be impractical for him to serve on the board, but that the company will climb to higher heights.

Rumors from as early as January stated that Ballmer would eventually step down from the board, even while the company was in the midst of its search for a new CEO. However, the letter characterizes the decision as far more pragmatic — Ballmer states that he hadn’t seriously considering his post-Microsoft life until the day before he…

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Steve Ballmer takes the Ice Bucket Challenge without any developers, developers, developers

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates might have already won the Ice Bucket Challenge with an amazingly geeky contraption, but that’s not stopping former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer from dunking himself in the name of charity. Ballmer took to his rarely used Twitter account to reveal his own Ice Bucket Challenge, and his new “SteveBClippers” YouTube account. Ballmer might have just bought the LA Clippers NBA team for $ 2 billion recently, but there was no sign of Clippy or even his trademark developers, developers, developers chant.

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Steve Ballmer takes the Ice Bucket Challenge without any developers, developers, developers

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates might have already won the Ice Bucket Challenge with an amazingly geeky contraption, but that’s not stopping former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer from dunking himself in the name of charity. Ballmer took to his rarely used Twitter account to reveal his own Ice Bucket Challenge, and his new “SteveBClippers” YouTube account. Ballmer might have just bought the LA Clippers NBA team for $ 2 billion recently, but there was no sign of Clippy or even his trademark developers, developers, developers chant.

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Steve Ballmer takes the Ice Bucket Challenge without any developers, developers, developers

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates might have already won the Ice Bucket Challenge with an amazingly geeky contraption, but that’s not stopping former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer from dunking himself in the name of charity. Ballmer took to his rarely used Twitter account to reveal his own Ice Bucket Challenge, and his new “SteveBClippers” YouTube account. Ballmer might have just bought the LA Clippers NBA team for $ 2 billion recently, but there was no sign of Clippy or even his trademark developers, developers, developers chant.

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Steve Ballmer takes the Ice Bucket Challenge without any developers, developers, developers

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates might have already won the Ice Bucket Challenge with an amazingly geeky contraption, but that’s not stopping former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer from dunking himself in the name of charity. Ballmer took to his rarely used Twitter account to reveal his own Ice Bucket Challenge, and his new “SteveBClippers” YouTube account. Ballmer might have just bought the LA Clippers NBA team for $ 2 billion recently, but there was no sign of Clippy or even his trademark developers, developers, developers chant.

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Steve Ballmer takes the Ice Bucket Challenge without any developers, developers, developers

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates might have already won the Ice Bucket Challenge with an amazingly geeky contraption, but that’s not stopping former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer from dunking himself in the name of charity. Ballmer took to his rarely used Twitter account to reveal his own Ice Bucket Challenge, and his new “SteveBClippers” YouTube account. Ballmer might have just bought the LA Clippers NBA team for $ 2 billion recently, but there was no sign of Clippy or even his trademark developers, developers, developers chant.

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Goodbye, Steve Ballmer: a video tribute

With Satya Nadella officially Microsoft’s new CEO, it’s time to say goodbye to one of the most enthusiastic personalities in technology. Make no mistake, he will be missed.

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Ballmer may resign from Microsoft board after new CEO is named, Gates’ role still unclear

Microsoft’s new CEO search has continued into 2014, but a new rumor suggests that outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer is planning to step down from Microsoft’s board of directors. Citing “people familiar with the situation,” Recode reports that Ballmer won’t be directly involved with Microsoft’s board once a suitable CEO replacement is found. While Ford’s Alan Mulally ruled himself out of the position earlier this month, recent reports suggest Microsoft is also considering Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg as a potential Ballmer successor.

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Ballmer admits Microsoft needs a new leader for change

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is planning his retirement in the next nine months from the software giant he helped build, but he’s also assisting with a reorganization for his successor. In exclusive interviews with The Wall Street Journal, Ballmer recounts what led to his surprise resignation announcement from Microsoft in August. Microsoft’s board had been rightly pushing Ballmer to go faster. Lead director John Thompson had been pushing Ballmer to move faster as competitors gained ground on key consumers markets like smartphones and tablets.

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