Satya Nadella is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Microsoft. Before he became the CEO, he headed as an Executive Vice President of Microsoft's cloud and enterprise group, which was responsible for building and running the company's computing platforms, developer tools and cloud computing services.read more
Microsoft's Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella on Saturday said that despite the constraint caused by the pandemic, digital technology is being adopted to scale core resilience, not only for future transformation but for business continuity.
The global professional networking platform LinkedIn, which has more than 722 million users, ensures that three people are hired every minute and new features make it easier for nearly 40 million job seekers.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said the platform has reached 115 million daily active users and the company is seeing increased usage intensity as people communicate, collaborate and co-author contents across work, life, and learning.
Microsoft has said it will move quickly to pursue discussions with TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, in a matter of weeks, and in any event completing these discussions no later than September 15, 2020. During this process, Microsoft looks forward to continuing dialogue with the United States Government, including with the President Trump.
Father's Day 2020: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has shared a heartfelt note remembering his father - BN Yugandhar - this father's day. "My father’s work was more than just a job for him. He was ten years old when India became independent, and approximately a dozen or so years later my father joined the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) as a civil servant."
There is no place for hate and racism in the society, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said, asserting that empathy and shared understanding are a start, but more needs to be done.
Many companies are adopting the work from home model due to the Coronavirus lockdown situation
As COVID-19 impacts every aspect of work and life globally, Microsoft has seen two years' worth of digital transformation in just two months of its third quarter (January-March period), according to CEO Satya Nadella.
President Donald Trump has roped in six Indian-American corporate leaders, including Sundar Pichai from Google and Satya Nadella from Microsoft, to seek advice from the “brightest” and the “smartest” people on how to restart US economy that has been crippled by the coronavirus pandemic.
India is among several other countries, who are battling against deadly coronavirus that has triggered a 21-day lockdown across the country and has sent us in a state of emergency and panic. During this worst-phase, several Indian business tycoons like Mukesh Ambani, Anand Mahindra, Ratan Tata among others have pledged to help fight the coronavirus that has thrown life off-track, in India and across the world. Here's what the India Inc biggies so far have committed to donating in the fight against COVID-19.
Satya Nadella has expressed concerns over the safety of employees at Microsoft, amid the continuous rise in coronavirus cases. The email, written by the Microsoft CEO was also shared by him on LinkedIn. Below is the full text of what Satya Nadella wrote in his email.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was stumped when he was asked to pick between India's two batting greats, Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Monday begins a three-day India trip and will be part of the event in Mumbai. During his visit. Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella urged Indian business leaders to build technology capabilities that are inclusive in nature.
With Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella all set to visit India next week -- around the same time US President Donald Trump is making his first official visit to this part of the world -- the software giant is looking forward to further consolidate its position in the country.
Around the time US President Donald Trump will be visiting India this month, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will also be in the country. He will adress customers, partners, young innovators and developers.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Tuesday warned that countries that reject "enlightened immigration" policies will be "biggest losers" when it came to the global tech boom. Nadella, who was quoted by Bloomberg, made news in recently for his stand on India's Citizenship (Amendment) Law.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is the recent one to join the debate against Citizenship Act. Nadella's statement on CAA has gathered much political reactions, including from Meenakshi Lekhi, who said "literate need to be educated." Satya Nadella's statement comes at a time when the CAA is already witnessing widespread protests from across the country.
BJP lawmaker Meenakshi Lekhi has hit out at Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's comments on India's Citizenship Amendment Act. Lekhi in a tweet quoting Nadella's statement said,"How literate need to be educated ! Perfect example." Meenakshi Lekhi also took a direct dig at Nadella asking,"How about granting these opportunities to Syrian Muslims instead of Yezidis in USA?"
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has voiced criticism against the Citizenship Amendment Act. A Hyderabad native, Satya Nadella also spoke about his multicultural roots and the importance of technology and immigration in his life and career. Below is the full text from Satya Nadella's words.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has topped the list of Fortune's Businessperson of the Year 2019. " No one epitomises that brand of obsessively results-driven, team-based leadership more than our new No. 1 Businessperson of the Year," Fortune said.