Microsoft held its annual meeting with shareholders Dec. 2, and as is usually the case at these events, a number of important issues came to the fore during the Q&A session. There were also some funny moments, as well as one that can only be described as bizarre.
This year's agenda was even more packed than usual, as Microsoft gave investors updates on Windows 10 adoption and the growth of its cloud businesses. Taking center stage were new Microsoft products like the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book laptop, and CEO Satya Nadella talked about 16 acquisitions the company made during its fiscal 2015 year and how they're helping to diversify the software giant's portfolio.
Former CEO Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's largest individual shareholder, voiced his concerns over the software giant's cloud sales reporting practices and its efforts to let developers build apps that run on smartphones, tablets and PCs.
Following are nine examples of interesting, funny and weird things that happened at the event.