As promised, here’s part three of my series on fixing Microsoft for the 21st century.  This assumes we’ve already spun-off the Internet properties to Yahoo as I suggested a few days ago and a Bank of America/Merrill-Lynch analyst quickly copied.  Does that copying qualify me for a Federal bailout?

The big Microsoft news this week, at least from the press it has received, is Redmond’s decision to open a chain of stores.  Nearly all the pundits think this is stupid, while I think it was merely inevitable, given the nature of current Microsoft management, which seems to be more and more from Bentonville, Arkansas, home of Wal-Mart.

See that guy in the picture?  That’s […]