Meet Satya Nadella
‘Would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant create the next unicorn in India or the next CEO of Infosys’, Satya Nadella said while expressing concern over the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act. The Microsoft CEO attributes his success to a multicultural Indian heritage and immigrant experiences in the US. This is his story.
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