From GE to Google: The uneasy test of doing business under Donald Trump - Livemint

Donald Trump's Friday signing of an executive order barring the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US, on the heels of his war of words with Mexico over trade, alarmed executives from big employers including GE, Google and ...

Leftists' Heads Explode in Response To Keeping America Safe - Townhall

Given the daily liberal head explosions occurring because of President Trump's immigration policies, one might think Trump demolished the Statue of Liberty, or worse, reintroduced school prayer, when all he did is take executive action on January 27 to ...

EDITORIAL: Hasty policy creates chaos - York Dispatch

Many Americans agree that ensuring safety on U.S. soil should be a priority of the Trump administration. And many hold dear the values of this country as a beacon of democracy, welcoming tired and poor “huddled masses, yearning to breathe free.” We are ...

US tech industry says immigration order affects their operations - Computerworld Australia

The U.S. tech industry has warned that a temporary entry suspension on certain foreign nationals introduced on Friday by the administration of President Donald Trump will impact these companies' operations that are dependent on foreign workers.

These companies wouldn't exist if it weren't for immigrants - NBC2 News

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Apple, eBay and Oracle are among the companies built by first- or second-generation Americans from a country President Trump has now banned immigration from. Had the father of the late Steve Jobs, founder of Apple, tried to ...

Tech companies speak out against Trump's immigration ban, vow to support employees and refugees - FOX31 Denver

NEW YORK — The ink was barely dry on President Trump's sweeping immigration order Friday when the backlash from the tech industry began. Four of America's biggest tech companies warned their employees about the ban. And leaders throughout the ...

Trump's Controversial Immigration Ban Gets Slammed by Tech Industry's Biggest Names - TheStreet.com

The ground-breaking innovations that big tech companies create are often the outcome of a variety of different views expressed by people with all sorts of varying world experiences. Hence, it's no surprise that some of tech's most prominent executives ...

Tech leaders, workers condemn Trump's immigration ban - San Francisco Chronicle

Two hours after President Trump signed an executive order banning the entry of all citizens from seven Muslim countries Friday, an Apple employee stood at the arrivals gate of San Francisco International Airport with his eyes locked on a monitor overhead.

Microsoft news recap: legal support to employees affected by Donald Trump's refugee ban, LinkedIn losing money and ... - OnMSFT (blog)

Microsoft (MSFT) news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read! Satya Nadella comments on the U.S. Executive Order on Immigration, as Microsoft offers legal ...

Microsoft Corporatio (MSFT) Pledges To Help Its Employees Following President Donald Trump Immigration Ban - Smаrt Stоck Nеws

It is pretty obvious that the US President, Donald Trump, latest executive orders regarding the immigrant policy has spread negative sentiments in the tech ecosystem. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) recently joins the list of tech giants that ...

Trump ban order: From Zuckerberg, Nadella to Musk, here is how top US tech heads have protested - Daily News & Analysis

Here is what the top CEO's had to say in condemnation of Trump's ban on seven Muslim countries. Donald Trump's much despotic move to impose a three-month ban on seven Muslim countries has caused chaos, panic, furore and definitely garnered a lot of ...

Satya Nadella, Microsoft, on why robots are the future of work - Financial Times

Satya Nadella, Microsoft's chief executive, was faced with an unusual PR debacle in March. The troublemaker was Tay, a teenage girl-inspired bot, which had been programmed to interact with Twitter users. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You ...

U.S. firms respond to Trump's immigration order - Seeking Alpha

American companies are responding to President Trump's executive order on immigration, which clamped down on refugee admissions and temporarily banned travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Alphabet, Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), ...

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella And President Brad Smith Speak Out Against Trump's Immigration Action - The Inquisitr

Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, and the company's President, Brad Smith, have spoken out against U.S. President Donald Trump's recent action against immigrants and refugees. Many organizations and groups have protested President Trump's decision to ...

Donald Trump's travel ban provokes top tech bosses from Apple, Google, Uber, Twitter, Facebook and more to speak ... - City A.M.

I'm City A.M.'s award-winning technology editor, covering everything from happen [..] Show more. Follow Lynsey. Activists Protest Muslim Immigration Ban At Dallas Fort-Worth Airport. Source: Getty. Lynsey Barber. The high profile bosses of several of ...

Trump's Immigration Ban Ruptures Truce with Business, as Tech Leaders Speak Out - Yahoo Finance

President Trump and top business leaders settled into an uneasy detente after his shock-victory in November. It began to fray Saturday, when a handful of tech executives spoke out against Trump's order banning U.S. entry to immigrants from seven ...

Microsoft responds to Trump's immigration order - KUOW News and Information

Microsoft has released a general statement of support for immigration in response to Donald Trump's ban -- but without taking on the president directly. The executive order barring immigrants from seven mostly Muslim countries caught some people ...

Microsoft joins major tech companies speaking out against Trump immigration ban - seattlepi.com

In an article posted to LinkedIn on Saturday, Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella echoed the open-immigration sentiments expressed by colleague Brad Smith in an email sent to company employees. Smith is Microsoft's president and Chief Legal ...

Trump order hits Microsoft employees and other Seattle-area immigrants - Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)

At least 76 Microsoft employees are affected by President Donald Trump's new immigration restrictions, Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said. Trump on Friday signed an executive order including a 90-day ban on admissions and ...

Microsoft reaches out to its workers affected by immigration ban - The Seattle Times

Microsoft executives including from left, Microsoft's president and chief legal officer Brad Smith, Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella, Chief Financial Officer, Amy Hood, and Chairman John Thompson listen to... (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times) More.