Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley discusses why Microsoft is fighting to acquire Activision Blizzard and where it could lead the Big Tech company.
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Many software stocks got crushed over the past year amid rising interest rates, geopolitical conflicts, and other macroeconomic headwinds. Let's take a look at two well-known software stocks that make the cut: Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM). A decade ago, Microsoft was considered an aging tech giant that had run out of room to grow.