Satya Nadella has been Microsoft CEO for more than five years. Along the way, he’s made dramatic changes in the way Redmond operates.
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The company has kept out of regulators’ crosshairs for some time now, but its seeming indifference to privacy matters could be changing that.
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Fixing it would be easy: Just offer people the software they want to download.
It’s another sign that the company is changing in fundamental ways under the leadership of Satya Nadella.
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It’s a combination of things, but mostly it’s a shift in focus.
Over the years, plenty of kudos has been directed at the people at the helms of big tech companies. But some have tripped up recently.
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Selling its AI and cloud expertise for use in Project JEDI might be patriotic — or a violation of its stated principles.