The tech world isn’t taking Trump’s immigration ban lightly
CEOs of tech giants across the country are issuing statements condemning Trump's executive order banning people from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia from entering the U.S.
Apple: CEO Tim Cook sent out a memo to his employees: "I share your concerns," Cook wrote. "It is not a policy we support."
Google: CEO Sundar Pichai sent out a note directing employees traveling abroad with visas or green cards to return immediately.
Uber: CEO Travis Kalanick sent an email to his employees, which he later posted on Facebook, and has reached out to those affected in particular. He also said he will raise the issue when he visits the President on Friday for the first business advisory group meeting.
The Internet Association: CEO Michael Beckerman issued a statement warning that Trump's order has "troubling consequences."
Facebook: CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post that he's concerned about the impact of the orders and that the U.S. should keep its doors open to refugees.
Microsoft: CEO Satya Nadella shared on LinkedIn:
Netflix: CEO Reed Hastings took to Facebook to share his views.