Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: The world’s greatest CEOs have all been in business for less than a year

Microsoft CEO and cofounder Satya K. Nadell has a message for those who are now in the news for their business decisions.

He says it was the right decision, but it’s not for everyone.

Read moreThe Microsoft CEO also said that Microsoft’s “corporate governance is a fundamental problem” in the tech industry.

Microsoft is the most widely adopted tech company in the world.

In its fourth quarter earnings call on Wednesday, K.N. said that the company had more than 200 million registered users worldwide and had more users on its cloud platform than all the companies combined.

That makes it one of the world’s largest cloud services.

It’s also the only tech company with a “core operating revenue model that is completely different from the way many businesses operate,” he said. 

“We’ve got an operating model that’s not a core revenue model, which has allowed us to be able to be so successful in the past,” K.S. Naidu, who is in charge of Microsoft’s global cloud business, said on Wednesday.

“And I think that’s something that will be very, very challenging to overcome as we move forward.”

Nadell was in charge at Microsoft for about five years, from 2002 to 2009.

He has been trying to turn around the company since taking the helm in 2015.

That’s why he had such a strong message for employees and customers about the importance of the corporate governance issues, including the new corporate governance rules that are coming into effect for the next three years. 

He’s hoping that by putting more emphasis on governance, the company can do a better job of growing the company and its business. 

K.S., for his part, is trying to make the company more accountable and transparent, but also wants to make it more profitable.

K.K. says that Microsoft needs to do better with governance because that will help it grow and become more competitive in the future. 

The CEO also made a pitch for the company’s new software.

“As a business, the core value proposition is to make software as useful as possible,” he told investors during a call on Tuesday.

“We are not the first company to do that, and we are not going to be the last, but we are a small company. 

But we want to be more innovative, more responsive, and more profitable, he added.