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Microsoft CEO – Satya Nadella (Age – 54)

Satya Nadella became the Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft in 2014 after Steve Ballmer left his post at the company. As Microsoft CEO, Satya implemented changes at different levels to help it bounce back to its glorious days. From cloud computing to augmented reality, he brought focus to those segments that proved beneficial for the company. In 2021, Satya was also named the Chairman of Microsoft, becoming the 2nd person in the organization, first being Bill Gates, to hold both the CEO and Chairman titles. As a leader, he encourages friendlier and collaborative style of working and not ruthlessly competitive. To get the CEO’s age, email address, and net worth details, keep reading this wiki. 

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Satya Nadella Microsoft CEO

Microsoft Competitors

Microsoft’s major competitors include:

  1. Apple
  2. IBM
  3. Google

Salary & Net Worth – Investors, Funding, & Valuation

As of 2021, the Microsoft CEO’s personal net worth could be estimated to range anywhere between 250-500 million USD, In 2020, Satya Nadella reportedly earned a compensation of 44 million USD that included salary, cash bonuses, and stocks.

Career & Education – Company, University, & College

Before becoming the CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella had a long journey to cover at the company. One of the most recent stints at the company included his position as EVP of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise group. In 2011, he was made President of the Server and Tools Division. Under his leadership, the business generated revenue of 20.3 billion USD. In 2007, he was Senior VP of Microsoft Online Services that included Bing, first editions of Microsoft Office, etc. In 2001, he assumed the position of corporate VP of Microsoft Business Solutions. In 1999, he was appointed the VP of Microsoft bCentral. Satya career with Microsoft began in 1992, while he was still pursuing an MBA course from University of Chicago – Booth School of Business.

Nadella went to the Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet. After that, he attended the Manipal Institute of Technology to do Electrical Engineering. Later, he took admission at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee for M.S. in Computer Science. He also did MBA from the University of Chicago.

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Contact Satya Nadella – Email Address | Twitter | Linkedin  

Twitter handle @satyanadella belongs to Microsoft CEO Satya. His LinkedIn profile is His email address is [email protected].

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Wiki Trivia on Satya Nadella – Age, Wife, Family, & More

Satya (age 54) was born on 19 August 1967 in Hyderabad, India. His father Bukkapuram Nadella Yugandher was a civil servant and his mother used to teach ancient Sanskrit language. Since the very young age, Satya wanted to play professional cricket and he used to take part in this sport in school.  However, soon he found that science and technology interested him more than anything else.

Nadella’s wife Anupama is his father’s classmate K. R. Venugopal’s daughter. The couple has 2 daughters and 1 son. An Indian and American poetry lover, he penned down a book ‘Hit Refresh’ about his personal and professional life and beyond.

Furthermore, when Nadella joined Microsoft in 1992, Bill Gates was the company’s CEO. At that time, only 30 Indians were there in the company including him. One of his first projects that he got to work on was Windows NT OS. It is said that after Bill Gates, when the next CEO Steve Ballmer decided to step down in 2013, Microsoft’s board agreed to bring Nadella in by offering him the first annual compensation package of 84 million USD.

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1 comment on Microsoft CEO – Satya Nadella (Age – 54)

  1. Dear Mr. Nadella,
    My name is Larry Sebby and I am a retired school superintendent who held superintendent positions in Illinois for 23 years and spent over 43 years in the field of Education. in that time, my districts purchased many complete Microsoft labs of computers. In my career, I approved the purchase of thousands of computers that used the Microsoft platform. I currently have 4 active Microsoft platform computers in my home and my wife has another 2. Totally, I have purchased at least 17 computers for my home after starting out on an Apple IIe.
    As I stated I am retired. I have quite a few software packages running specializing in various things. I was a music teacher and also worked in commercial radio in addition to my administrative experience. I have my computers designated as my business computer running accounting software, my music editing computer, my video editing computer, and my general computer for email, etc. I am writing to voice a concern that a lot of your customers have. I know you try to keep in front of the competition in innovation and development, however, I bought the Microsoft Office 365 to coordinate my computers and have software compatible to what others are using. After I got used to it, YOU CHANGED EDGE AND OUTLOOK such that the learning curve is beyond what I as a retired person want. There are all kinds of sections to it that I do not want, nor need. When you sell a product to someone, the product should keep doing things the way the customer wanted when they chose your product. The past year or two, your company has gotten ridiculous in the updates, and unwanted “perks”. I don’t want to use Edge to purchase things, other than going to the websites of the companies I want to do business with. I don’t want you to know everything I do, but you have invaded my life to the point where there are no secrets. I find your business practices to be extremely unethical in these regards. I beg you to have a team develop simple software for those of us that don’t need the sophisticated commercial software. I also HATE DOING BUSINESS ON THE CELL PHONE. I type 70 words a minute on a real keyboard, but about 2 words on these touch screen phones as I care about correct spelling, grammar, etc. I have big fingers and I also like a hard copy of my business receipts, etc. What will Microsoft do for the retired people who don’t have the mental sharpness they once did so they can learn your new “apps.” (What ever happened to “programs”?) Corporate greed has again gotten out of hand in regards to the little peon that is not in the $ 24 million a year income bracket. I challenge you to give me a proper explanation of why you have deserted the individual. I would threaten to go over to Apple, but I left them when the Mac could not handle the business needs I had to administer my school district. I guess we need another platform.

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