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Nadella's comments soon spread across the Web, drawing ire from women in all professions -- but particularly in tech -- who pointed out that it's often hard for women to get ahead exactly because they are told not to be too pushy when looking to move up in the workplace. Nadella, who had been showered with good press since his ascension to the top spot at Microsoft, found himself in the first major controversy of his time as CEO. Lesson learned: This taught us an old lesson: the words that come from the mouths of leaders matter. Nadella apologized within a day for his remarks, saying that he was "completely wrong" and that women should absolutely speak up when they feel they aren't getting equal pay for equal work. "<When> it comes to career advice on getting a raise when you think it's deserved, Maria's advice was the right advice," Nadella wrote. "If you think you deserve a raise, you should just ask." 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