By Heather Clancy
September 16, 2014

Good morning, Data Sheet readers. As anticipated, Microsoft will pay $2.5 billion to buy Minecraft developer Mojang: longing for a leg-up in mobile apps and hoping to build credibility with its massive teen-leaning user community. Meanwhile, Infor CEO Charles Phillips expects to win converts by combining better interface aesthetics with enterprise software features that people (not developers) actually want. So far, he’s hired 100 fashion-school graduates, architects and graphic designers in New York. Read more about his philosophy in an exclusive Connected interview.

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