Microsoft's Steve Ballmer is probably one of the most hated CEOs on the planet - being called the worst ever by some cynics.
But whether you like him or hate him, you can't deny that he's one of the most quotable and entertaining suits in the tech industry.
We take a look at some of his best quotes...
"Linux is a cancer that attaches itself in an intellectual property sense to everything it touches." - Of course, Microsoft has never been shy about its disdain for Linux, but the company has since softened its stance somewhat, even contributing some code.
"There's no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share. No chance." - Said after the iPhone unveiling back in 2007. Ouch. Ballmer also slated the lack of a physical keyboard, "which makes it not a very good email machine".
"The most common format of music on an iPod is 'stolen'." - said in 2004, according to The Register, while touting the fact that Windows had DRM copy-protection "for years".
"I don't really know that anybody's proven that a random collection of people doing their own thing actually creates value." - Ballmer said this back in 2007 when deriding Google's famous 20 percent policy, which allows employees to work on their own initiatives. Of course this policy resulted in Gmail and AdSense, among other innovations.
"F**king Eric Schmidt is a f**king pussy. I'm going to f**king bury that guy, I have done it before, and I will do it again. I'm going to f**king kill Google." - This is according to former Microsoft engineer Mark Lucovsky in 2005 when he told Ballmer he was heading to Mountain View. Ballmer has since disputed the quote and the allegation that he threw a chair during the meeting.
"You don't use Google, and you don't use an iPod." - In an interview with Fortune, Ballmer said he had his children brainwashed not to use Google and Apple's products.
"Accessible design is good design." - Ballmer said this in a 2001 interview with Bloomberg. It's a great quote but "accessible design" isn't something Microsoft was traditionally known for, compared to its competition.
"Developers developers developers developers developers developers..." - Microsoft wanted to emphasise how much developers meant to the company, and what better way to do so than to chant "developers" repeatedly?
"You don't need to be a computer scientist to use a Windows Phone and you do to use an Android phone..." - This doozy was said back in 2011, with Ballmer saying it was hard for him to get excited about Android-toting smartphones.
"We built a few more devices than we could sell." - Ballmer earlier this year on the disappointing sales of Microsoft's Surface RT tablet.