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Microsoft CEO hints Windows OneCore mobile device may be headed to the enterprise

In a recent GeekWire Summit interview, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella hinted the company is harnessing its resources toward an enterprise-focused mobile device running Windows. GeekWire's Todd Bishop asked Nadella point blank, "Have you given up on smartphone hardware?" Nadella's response may surprise you....

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella nailed his annual report card — netting him a cool $20 million (MSFT)

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made just over $20 million in cash and stock over the company's most recent fiscal year, after nailing his annual performance report. Nadella's pay package was revealed in Microsoft's annual shareholder proxy...Show More Summary

Microsoft CEO admits repeatedly abandoning consumers was a mistake

In a recent interview, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said he failed, multiple times, to remain committed to consumers who have shown a commitment to Microsoft. Though he didn't mention Windows phone specifically, Nadella clearly failed in his commitment to Windows phone users. Show More Summary

Monday links: a gambler’s approach

Recommendation: Satya Nadella CEO of Microsoft and and author of Hit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft’s Soul and Imagine a Better...

Does Microsoft's CEO hate the things you love, or just inefficiency in his business?

Every leader brings their unique personality to the position. And that personality has a profound impact on the direction of a company. Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella's character, as shaped by his son with Cerebral Palsy, was instrumental in transforming the company's culture through empathy. Show More Summary

Is Microsoft close to quitting Surface hardware? Hardly.

A recent news story citing competing PC manufacturers claims that Microsoft will soon dump its Surface brand. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says otherwise. Recently, the news site The Register ran a damning and bold headline that read "2019: The year that Microsoft quits Surface hardware". Show More Summary

Chime in on Microsoft CEO Nadella's recent comments on Nokia deal

Do you stand with Satya Nadella in disapproving of the deal that saw Microsoft absorb the manufacturing arm of Nokia? Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took command of the ship in 2014, sometime after the company took control of Nokia's device manufacturing division. Show More Summary

Microsoft's CEO told us why he agreed to meet with Trump

We sat down with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to talk about his meeting with President Trump along with other tech CEOs like Apple's Tim Cook and Amazon's Jeff Bezos. Nadella is the author "Hit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft's...Show More Summary

Satya Nadella is making Microsoft nicer - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology : CNET: News

The CEO who took over from cofounder Steve Ballmer in 2014 said he's pushing the famously competitive and combative Microsoft to be more empathetic.

Chatbots are coming to HoloLens – and they’ll help workers make better decisions

Soon conversational chatbots won’t just live in phones and computers, but assist industrial workers from within HoloLens. Microsoft is big on bots. Last year, during Microsoft’s Build Developer Conference, CEO Satya Nadella declared that “bots are the new apps” and the company followed suit. Show More Summary

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella explains what happened when employees struggled with a gross milk situation (MSFT)

Back in 2015, a weird dairy epidemic struck Microsoft office kitchens worldwide. Employees were opening an eight-ounce carton of milk from the fridge, pouring a splash into their coffee, and leaving behind the opened container so the...Show More Summary

Microsoft's Nadella talks hardware and Windows

CEO Satya Nadella says Windows continues to be a very significant part of Microsoft but it's not the only part.

From Satya Nadella’s Must-Reads To Resume Lies: September’s Top Leadership Stories

This month we peeked at the Microsoft CEO’s reading list, picked up a few ways to work smarter, and learned how to spot lies on resumes. In September we learned which books have helped Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella shape his leadership...Show More Summary

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: AI should be open like PCs, not closed like the App Store (MSFT)

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has criticised the closed nature of mobile app stores, and said the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence should be an open ecosystem. His comments are a warning shot to Apple, which pioneered a "walled garden" model for iOS and the App Store, shutting out competitors. Show More Summary

Satya Nadella talked to us about confronting a sexist bias he didn't know he had — and making sure AI doesn't make the same mistake

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sat down with Business Insider and revealed what he learned in the wake of making a controversial comment about women's pay. Nadella is the author of Hit Refresh. The following is a transcript of the video. Satya...Show More Summary

Is Windows' footprint shrinking? It was 1.5bn users but now Nadella says it's 1bn

CEO Satya Nadella says Windows continues to be a very significant part of Microsoft but it's not the only part.

Microsoft’s CEO on Rediscovering the Company’s Soul

Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s third CEO, opens up about his effort to refresh the culture of the company and renew its focus on the future. He reflects on important life lessons he learned growing up in India, immigrating to the U.S., and working for Microsoft for 25 years. Show More Summary

Liveblog: Satya Nadella lays out Microsoft’s vision at Ignite this morning

At 9am ET on Monday, the Microsoft CEO will kick off the week-long Ignite conference.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on creating a culture that fosters ideas

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Satya Nadella became the Microsoft's third CEO in 2014 after working at the company for 22 years. Since then, he has generated $250 billion in market value for Microsoft. Nadella joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "Hit...Show More Summary

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