Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella warns leaders: Support immigration or risk missing global tech boom
“People will only come when people know you’re an immigrant friendly country," the Microsoft CEO said.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on CAA: Hope every single immigrant in India may equally benefit society, economy
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Students behaving in a particular manner is understandable. Teachers not going to class isn’t acceptable: JNU Chancellor
On the resignation of economist Amit Bhaduri as professor emeritus, Saraswat said: “If a professor emeritus wants to give up the status, it is his wish. But how is he contributing by detaching himself from JNU? He is giving a wrong message because he has not gone into the details of the issue.
BJP cites Nadella's official statement, says govt protecting borders
While BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra did not attack the Indian-origin CEO at the party's press briefing here, another party spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi made an unequivocal jibe at Nadella in a tweet saying his comments showed "how the literate need to be educated".
Perfect example on how literate need to be educated: Meenakashi Lekhi on Nadella's remarks
Responding to a question by BuzzFeed on the CAA, Nadella was quoted as saying that what is happening in the country is "sad" and "just bad".
Microsoft’s Nadella sad with CAA, wants Bangladeshi immigrant to launch unicorn, be Infosys CEO, says Buzzfeed Editor-in-Chief
"I think what is happening is sad... It's just bad.... I would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant who comes to India and creates the next unicorn in India or becomes the next CEO of Infosys" Smith wrote on the micro blogging platform Twitter, quoting the Indian-born Nadella as responding to his question.
Indian techies take up pen to write against CAA
The letter – ‘TechAgainstFascism’ on online publishing platform Medium – comes at a time when hundreds of thousands of Indians across the country and overseas have protested against what they fear are policies that could render many Muslims stateless. Thousands have been detained by the police for protests across India.
Satya Nadella tops Fortune's Businessperson of the Year list; Ajay Banga, Jayshree Ullal also feature
Banga is ranked 8th, while Ullal comes in at the 18th spot.
Satya Nadella took home $42.9mn last fiscal, gets 66% raise
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella received a $1 million base salary jump and an increase in stocks. On the other hand, Microsoft posted revenue of $33.7 billion and net income of $13.2 billion for its fourth quarter that ended on June 30.
How Microsoft defended its $10bn JEDI bid exactly a year ago
An unspecified number of Microsoft employees urged the tech giant to also back out of the military project. But Microsoft stuck to its principle of supplying its technology to the US military.
RIL AGM: Ambanis tie up with Microsoft, but sorry, no Satya Nadella in the house
The tech giant was represented by the company’s India boss, Anant Maheshwari, at the AGM.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's father, former bureaucrat BN Yugandhar, passes away at 80
Known for his simplicity, Yugandhar was an IAS officer of 1962-batch.
Microsoft authorizes $40bn of share buybacks, raises dividend
The company bought back $19.54 billion in shares last year.
The future of smart computing: Samsung unveils Galaxy Book S in collaboration with Microsoft
Galaxy Book S features touch-to-wake capabilities for instant access.
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