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June 27, 2008 8:30 AM
Posted by Benjamin J. Romano
Outside of Microsoft's corporate conference center, employees are lined up to see their leader say goodbye. Only 832 will be inside to watch the send-off conversation between Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Thousands of employees entered a lottery for tickets to be here.
The music is playing. The iconic images are flashing up on a screen. Ballmer is milling about, greeting employees and top company execs.
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Bill Gates, who last week ended his full-time involvement with Microsoft, was often right. He made a career, a company and an industry by looking over the horizon.