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Reputation of Bill Gates, brings question on the leadership ?

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There are various allegations are coming and Bill Gates’s is getting exposed on its attitude from the day he has co-founded Microsoft and the Foundation. The allegations we are hearing is simply a nightmare and absolutely disturbing. The case of Bill Gates is a classic example of money and power.

 

Microsoft Co-founder Bill Gates asked at least two women employees out for dates while he was married to Melinda Gates, The New York Times reported. He asked a Microsoft employee for dinner in 2006 and e-mailed her, “If this makes you uncomfortable, pretend it never happened.” The report added that he also approached a woman who worked for Gates Foundation. The report also said that Bill Gates also mishandled a sexual harassment case involving one of his top financial investors.

 

Bill and Melinda Gates, one of the richest couples in the world with fortune worth USD 146 billion, recently announced that they were getting divorced. Melinda said in divorce filings that the marriage is ‘irretrievably broken’. According to a report published in New York Times, the 64-year-old Bill Gates asked out a Microsoft employee in 2006. “If this makes you uncomfortable, pretend it never happened,” Gates emailed the employee, according to NYT.

 

When investigated in The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation said it’s not investigating allegations against Microsoft Co-founder Bill Gates as they were made by “an anonymous former employee”. In a statement the foundation’s spokesperson said, “We never received any formal complaints regarding Bill Gates.” Earlier, the NYT reported Gates had asked women employees out for dates while married to Melinda Gates.

 

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation says it is not investigating the allegations in the media, as the reported incident involving one of the world’s largest, most influential nonprofits was made by “an anonymous former employee.”

 

Microsoft Corp. said the company hired a law firm in late 2019 to conduct an investigation after a Microsoft engineer alleged in a letter that she had a sexual relationship with Gates over several years. Gates’ private office spokesperson called it “an affair almost 20 years ago which ended amicably.”

 

Bill Gates  used to”picked out women to fulfill himself,” an ex-employee has claimed. Katherine Moussouris, who worked as a computer researcher with Microsoft from 2007 to 2014, alleges Gates “targeted women.” Katherine Moussouris was the first plantiff in the lawsuit.

 

“Not only did he choose his wife from his employees he chose to target several other women to fulfill himself with no consequences. “It felt like this culture flowed from the top and it was a culture of paying lip service to diversity and inclusion and not really supporting women in sexual assault claims or their career progression.”as reported in Sun.

 

Other female staffers said they were “groped and spanked,” a new report claims, as founder Bill Gates’s own alleged affair with an employee is revealed. Microsoft was hit with a discrimination lawsuit in 2015 in which women at the company claimed they were “ignored, abused, or degraded.” Gates admitted to the affair that happened 20 years ago.

 

As the news of Bill Gates is coming, the bubble are getting busted. Now the culture of Microsoft has to build-up and some says, there are much and many things are happening in the Foundation,which is fully controlled by Bill Gates, there will be more interesting and shocking news to hear in the coming days and years.

 

A spokesperson for Microsoft told Sun Online: “Although this particular case was dismissed last year, we continue to work hard to make Microsoft a place where all employees feel safe, valued and respected.

 

“We do not tolerate inappropriate behavior in the workplace. The allegations raised in this piece do not reflect the culture of inclusion that we aspire to at Microsoft. “As we shared publicly in 2019, we’ve taken additional actions to improve the investigation process for our employees when there are workplace behavior concerns.”

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