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M$

Defintion: often used as a derogatory for Microsoft.  The word is meant to imply that Microsoft only cares for the comsumer's money rather than their product.

In a recent post on gamepro.com, when gladiatory2k mused about the future of downloadable game content, he uttered this sentence: "What M$ did, in paying for 360 exclusive content, is define a definite difference between the PS3 GTA and the 360 GTA."

I chose this word because it just so stupid in a business context.  All companies want to achieve profit maximinization, not just Microsoft. That includes both Sony and Nintendo.

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