Caught in the Disruption trap: Why job cuts can’t save Microsoft

I don’t know why anyone is surprised Microsoft just axed 14% its workforce. It’s a company with deep pockets, filled by annual profits of $billions from its legacy position as the operating system of most desktops and laptops. It’s global. Microsoft owned properties like MSN used to rank consistently in the top 3 online destinations in the US, EMEA and …