It's not just Steve Ballmer who is searching Microsoft to look for potential areas to cut.
Now, reporters are getting in on the act.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has an interesting piece up adding up the cost of a number of employee perks. The paper reports that Microsoft isn't necessarily planning to cut the morale-boosters, but says it has seen a PowerPoint presentation that calculates their cost.
All those free sodas, juices, and cartons of milk, for example, cost Microsoft $20 million a year. The shuttle that takes Microsoft workers from building to building around its campus costs $14 … Read more