Gay Rights Law Divided Microsoft, Gates Says Microsoft founder Bill Gates tells Steve Inskeep the company is taking a cautious approach as it reconsiders its stance on a Washington state gay rights law. Gates says companies walk a difficult road when employees -- and clients -- can't agree on cultural issues.
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Gay Rights Law Divided Microsoft, Gates Says

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Gay Rights Law Divided Microsoft, Gates Says

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Gay Rights Law Divided Microsoft, Gates Says

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Microsoft founder Bill Gates tells Steve Inskeep the company is taking a cautious approach as it reconsiders its stance on a Washington state gay rights law. Gates says companies walk a difficult road when employees — and clients — can't agree on cultural issues.