The recent firestorm over Microsoft’s contract with ICE has caused Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to issue a statement of is own where he notes the company is standing up for change.
Microsoft is “dismayed,” from recent reports and says it is not working with US immigration to separate children from their families at the US borders.
Unfortunately, Gates’ session with Trump is more like bad stand up than an enlighted discourse about leading world change.
Former Microsoft CFO Chris Liddell has been appointed White House Deputy Chief of Staff for policy. In the new position, Liddell will be reporting to White House chief of staff John Kelly, completing a team in an otherwise chaotic White House
Bill Gates sought an audience with the 45th US president earlier this week to discuss amicably appropriate foreign policy when it comes to the distribution of aid.
Though Amazon and Facebook were the leading spenders in these battles last year, Microsoft also turned out big numbers, spending $8.5 million towards lobbying the US Government in 2017
It’s been a rough year for humanity, but Microsoft has been there to help make the world a better place, every step of the way. Here’s a look at some of the ways how Microsoft helped make the world a better place in 2017.
In the new lawsuit, Princeton and Microsoft allege that DACA’s termination violated both the United States Constitution and federal law.
Microsoft President Brad Smith and senior advisor to the U.S. President Ivanka Trump were spotted together at a Virginia school for a morning of Coding for Kids.
Microsoft is calling on the United States Congress to “reprioritize” and pass legislation to protect those individuals who are currently enrolled in the DACA program.
Take a look at the top Microsoft news over the past week, from 2FA for HealthVault, to Satya Nadella lashing out at the Trump administration.
Microsoft President Brad Smith, and CEO Satya Nadella are lashing back at the possible end to DACA, with Smith calling the possible change a “step backwards for our entire nation.”
Microsoft rival Kaspersky Lab has been removed from two lists of approved vendors for IT services and digital photographic equipment by Trump.
Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, is known for its beautiful daily images that happen to adjust to different events and holidays and that is the case even today, Election Day in the U.S.