Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates has been making the TV news rounds today to promote the just released 2014 annual letter from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. However, Bloomberg TV decided to ask him some Microsoft-themed questions when Gates appeared on the cable network.
As he has done many times before, Gates did not indicate any chance he will return to working at Microsoft full time when asked that question today. He stated, "My full-time work will be with the foundation for the rest of my life." He did say he will "help out part time" with Microsoft. Indeed, he has already stated that he will be very involved with helping whomever is selected as the company's new CEO.
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Bill Gates says he will never come back to Microsoft full time
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