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Submission + - Microsoft Rewarding Employees Who Phone It In

theodp writes: For developers who are all about the Benjamins, Microsoft has come up with an intriguing alternative to Google's vaunted 20% time. To boost the number of Windows Phone 7 apps, Microsoft has relaxed a strict rule and will let employees moonlight in their spare time and keep the resulting IP and 70% of the revenue, as long as that second job is writing apps for WP7-based devices. The rule change offers an option for employees who don’t want to leave for the insecurity of a start-up, but still want a shot at recognition and rewards for their own ideas.
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Microsoft Rewarding Employees Who Phone It In

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