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Microsoft Announces Quarterly Dividend Increase to Shareholders

Microsoft says its next quarterly shareholder dividends will increase 10% from last quarter, while the Annual Shareholders Meeting is scheduled.


Corp. has announced its latest quarterly shareholder dividends. On Tuesday, the company's Board of Directors announced a quarterly dividend of $0.68 per share. This is a 10% (6 cents) increase above the dividend given last quarter.

According to the notice, the dividend will be paid on December 8, 2022, while shareholders of records will get it on November 17, 2022. As for the ex-dividend data, it is set for November 16, 2022.

Microsoft also put a date on its 2022 Annual Shareholders Meeting. That will go ahead on December 13, 2022. The company says any shareholder at the close of business on October 12, 2022 (the record date) can vote their shares.

As always, Microsoft CEO will host the Annual Shareholders Meeting, while executive president and chief financial officer Amy Hood will also host. Other hosts during the meeting will be vice chair and president Brad Smith, as well as John W. Thompson, Microsoft's lead independent director.

Since taking the helm of Microsoft in 2014, CEO Satya Nadella has steered the company on a course of cloud-first and mobile-first. The strategy moved Microsoft from a muddled approach of trying to balance consumer and enterprise products the company had previously been on.

Ongoing Success

Since then, Microsoft has been thriving and passing milestones of success. From surpassing $100 billion annual revenue for the first time to becoming the first trillion-dollar company. Cloud and the Azure brand have driven the ongoing success.

Earlier this month, I reported on the Microsoft Cloud division being on course to take $100 billion in revenue this year.

Tip of the day: The Windows Clipboard history feature provides the functionality across device, space, and time, letting you copy on one computer and paste the text days later on a different PC. All of it is possible via the clipboard manager, which lets you view, delete, pin, and clear clipboard history at will.

In our tutorial we show you how to enable the feature, clear clipboard history, and enable/disable clipboard sync to meet your preferences. You can also create a clear clipboard shortcut for quick removal of stored content.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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