The world’s richest man may no longer be CEO of the company he co-founded four decades ago, but Bill Gates still has a lot to say to those who keep Microsoft ticking.
Gates stepped away from the daily grind atop Microsoft in favor of a more advisory role and more time to focus on philanthropy. But in a letter to coincide with the company’s 40-year anniversary, he thanked the employees for their hard work and asked them to think about Microsoft’s future.
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