Bill Gates

(redirected from Mr. Gates)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to Mr. Gates: Bill Gates

Bill Gates

A computer developer and entrepreneur and one of the richest people in the world. He became involved in computing in the middle and late 1970s and founded Microsoft. He was instrumental in developing DOS and the Windows operating systems. Gates helped make the personal computer accessible and affordable for most people, which revolutionized education, business, and many other fields. He also founded the Gates Foundation, a philanthropic organization.
References in periodicals archive ?
"The visit was for naught," Mr. Gates writes referring to his meetings with the Pakistani leaders on January 1-22, 2010.
Mr. Gates, 34, at the time, was a civilian naval inspector with three children, according to the file.
Though Mr. Gates and others have pressed this fanciful analysis, Israel will not be moved.
Mr. Gates heard his wife yell and drop to the floor.
In his earlier years, Mr. Gates served as Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 3 and Institutional Representative of Troop 4, Clinton.
As Mr. Gates rightly noted, Afghanistan is not Iraq.
Shri Rajnath Singh requested Mr. Gates to initiate health awareness programmes in India and suggested that the Foundation should concentrate on developing villages and make them "Model Villages" so that the local people get inspired.
The arrest for disorderly conduct came after Mr. Gates initially refused to show Sgt.
We say this after the Secretary of Defense appeared in Prague the same day to say the Administration would press ahead with plans to build a limited ballistic missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic, but would ''delay activating them until there was concrete proof of the threat from Iran.'' Mr. Gates also suggested that Russian personnel might be allowed on the site, in light of the Kremlin's ''concerns'' that the installations, comprising some 10 interceptors and radar, pose a threat to its nuclear deterrent.
Shri Rajnath Singh said the Union Government has laid stress on the JAM (Jan Dhan Accounts, Aadhar Number and Mobile Governance) platform and hoped Mr. Gates Potential Digital Financial Inclusion Models can be adopted to improve the Service Delivery System in the country.
The issue accelerated into a debate about racial profiling, fueled by President Obama, a personal friend of Mr. Gates, who declared that police "acted stupidly." Stung by criticism, the president later expressed regret and invited the antagonists to share a beer at the White House as part of what he called a "teachable moment."