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Microsoft CEO's Comments Reflect A Larger Workplace Problem
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Microsoft CEO's Comments Reflect A Larger Workplace Problem

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Microsoft CEO's Comments Reflect A Larger Workplace Problem

Microsoft CEO's Comments Reflect A Larger Workplace Problem
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On Thursday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said it is good karma in some instances when women do not ask for a raise. His comments stirred a heated debate about pay equality. Nadella was talking to president of Harvey Mudd College and Microsoft director Maria Klawe at a conference panel. Melissa Block talks to Klawe about Nadella's comments and the reaction that followed.

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