Microsoft sets out to become 'carbon negative' by 2030

Marian McHugh
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L-R: Microsoft president Brad Smith, CFO Amy Hood and CEO Satya Nadella
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L-R: Microsoft president Brad Smith, CFO Amy Hood and CEO Satya Nadella

Tech titan reveals ambitious goal to erase its entire carbon footprint by 2050

Microsoft threw down the gauntlet to its peers with its plans to become a carbon-negative company by 2030. CEO Satya Nadella (pictured, right) was joined by president Brad Smith and CFO Amy Hood to...

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