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Catch Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella tonight on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Satya Nadella
Satya Nadella (Image credit: Windows Central)

Satya Nadella will be on hand as tonight's guest on The Daily Show (via Jay Greene). Nadella will sit down with host Trevor Noah, presumably touching on his time at Microsoft and the world of tech. Of course, given the themes in Nadella's recently released book, Hit Refresh, we may hear the two touch on Microsoft's digital transformation and the role of empathy in business.

In any case, you can catch the interview when The Daily Show with Trevor Noah airs on Comedy Central tonight at 11 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. PT (find your local time here). We'll also update this post with video if and when it's available.

Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the Editor in Chief for Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl. Got a hot tip? Send it to daniel.thorp-lancaster@futurenet.com.

14 Comments
  • Probably going to tell Trev how there doesn't need to be more than 2 talk shows.....
  • You win the internets today!
  • I regret that I have but one Like to give.
  • Probably will announce some new Android and iOS apps. That's all from MS nowadays.
  • It will air in The Netherlands tomorow at 19:50 on Comedy Central.
  • I don't like the show at all, but I might have to watch just to see Nadella!
  • I would only watch if he was on Johnny Carson or Leno.  I don't like any of the political propaganda talk shows.
  • ...and what decade are you referring to with that comment?
  • It has to be a comedy, for that's where he belongs!
  • That's the most garbage show on all of television.
  • The guy makes me sick. I am so tired of seeing pics of him next to articles. Just because he is the CEO of a company we are or were big fans of doesn't mean we should like him. He is ruinng the company for fans and consumers, the fact that he is making shareholders and the board happy is or atleast should be irrelevant to fans of Microsoft. If it's good for them, it probably isn't good for us and that's the road and attitude he has adopted. Sick of him. won't be watching and I have zero interest in anything this guy has to say.
  • Yep, yep, yep. Nutella away!
  • You should check that stock price, he's far from thinking the company and isn't going anywhere.
  • More 'empowering people'