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How Do You Turn Around A Tech Giant? With Empathy, Microsoft CEO Says

The CEO of Microsoft was hired to turn the company around. And now, just three years into the job, Satya Nadella has written a book reflecting on this monumental task — and the empathy it requires.

Carmen Rivera (at left in the orange dress) sits on a cot at the Cataño shelter. She suffers from severe asthma and knee pain and has had to be rushed by ambulance to the hospital for asthma treatment twice since the hurricane. She says she feels forgotten by authorities. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Desperation In Puerto Rican Town Where 60 Percent Are Now Homeless

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Colors in Space Explosions in the Sky
Bones Crumb

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How Do You Turn Around A Tech Giant? With Empathy, Microsoft CEO Says

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Volcano [Instrumental] Damien Rice
Aloha Chris Bear
Crooklyn Blunts Mujo
Los New Yorkangeles Necro, Reverie
Running Around Buddy Ross

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'Star Trek: Discovery' Is A Refreshing Triumph

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Just A Cloud (feat. Vilja Larjosto) Lusine

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Rental Firms' Disaster Readiness May Help Usher The Age Of Self-Driving Cars

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When It's Gone, It's Gone Bruce Cockburn
Worlds to Run (VIP Dub) Kenny Segal
Guitar 13 Clogs
Surviving the Times (Instrumental Cover) The Beat Mechanics
Dance of Death Andrew Bird
Modd Swing - Instr Talib Kweli, Raheem DeVaughn

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Astronomers Search For Giant Planet On Outer Edges Of Solar System

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Cold Iron Mike Vass
OATMEAL London O'Connor