In January, Microsoft pledged to be carbon negative – removing more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits – by 2030. It’s a heck of a job. Meet the man who’s leading the charge.
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In July 2017, IBM executive Arvind Krishna walked into a routine meeting with senior leaders and delivered a surprise pitch that changed the course of the iconic 108-year-old company’s future.
The US software maker is pledging to be “carbon negative”, meaning it will remove more carbon than it emits, by the end of the decade.
Now that Microsoft has restored some of its former glory, the company is going for an even more unlikely comeback: rewriting the history of its much-maligned phone business.
Oracle announced on Wednesday that it has secured a cloud-computing alliance with Microsoft, an acknowledgment the database giant’s go-it-alone approach to the cloud wasn’t working.