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 Brendan Barnicle - “Investors were thinking that these new products were going to return Microsoft to the same levels of growth and profitability as it had in its glory days.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “We've had this lull before the new products come, so we're going to need to see those new products driving double-digit earnings growth again.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “SAP is clearly taking share in the applications market and that's hurting PeopleSoft and Oracle, ... This is exactly the time for investors to get involved in SAP.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “We are really seeing a change in the landscape of tech for the first time in five years.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “This news could be enough to move the stock higher. People have been looking for reasons to buy Microsoft. It's still undervalued.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “Most of the news in terms of earnings is out there. If they were to lower guidance dramatically or take a much more negative tone, that would be different, but I think in light of all they've got going on with PeopleSoft they're unlikely to do that.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “Most of the news in terms of earnings is out there, ... If they were to lower guidance dramatically or take a much more negative tone, that would be different, but I think in light of all they've got going on with PeopleSoft they're unlikely to do that.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “These are pretty decent numbers given where expectations were for the company.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “The database business is a huge business, quite mature. That's where we need to see the growth, even though we look to the see the applications asset of the business.”
 Brendan Barnicle - “Microsoft is moving away from some of these strategic media investments they had made in the '90s so they can focus their energies and resources on the Internet-based computing trends that are occurring right now and could potentially be harmful to their core business.”