Wochit News On Tuesday executives from Google, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft tweeted their support for the so-called Dreamers after the Trump administration announced its plans to officially end the program that protects immigrants who arrived to the United..
Bloomberg Global Business Sep.01 -- Hundreds of chief executives and business leaders in the U.S. have signed a letter urging President Donald Trump not to scrap a program known as “Dreamers” that prevents the deportation of young people brought to the country illegally...
Wibbitz Top Stories The leading U.S. technology companies have urged President Donald Trump to preserve the DACA program. The CEOs wrote in a letter posted on FWD.us The letter also points out that the possible deportation of this workforce could cost the economy $460..
CBS 5 SF KPIX With the future of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) in doubt, the mayors of Oakland and San Jose strongly condemned Trump administration plans to dismantle the immigration protections for so-called "dreamers." Christin Ayers reports from..
Wochit Headline News A congressional hearing on net neutrality that was set for September 7 isn’t happening after several major tech companies did not accept invitations for their CEOs to testify. Executives from Amazon, Google, Facebook, Netflix, and Verizon were..
Rumble President Donald Trump met with chief executives of technology companies including Apple and Amazon on Monday as the White House looks to the private sector for help in cutting government waste and improving information technology services. Rough Cut..
CBS News President Trump's senior advisor Jared Kushner spoke to leaders of the technology industry -- including the CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and other major companies -- about efforts to modernize the federal government.
Bloomberg Technology Jun.19 -- Chris Liddell, White House director of strategic initiatives, discusses the goals of the tech summit at the White House. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Wibbitz Studio President Trump's controversial immigration ban his riled up people across the country, including a few tech CEOs and prominent sports figures. The latest to come out against Trump's ban is Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry, whose views also..
CBS News Silicon Valley executives are struggling with how much to engage with the Trump administration while risking a backlash in public opinion. CBS News contributor Nick Thompson explains how some tech CEOs are responding.
CBS News Tech company CEOs are meeting to discuss President Trump's controversial restrictions on immigration and refugees, and to consider possible legal action. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more details.
CBS News Tech company CEOs are blasting President Trump's controversial immigration order, saying it hurts employees and innovation. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more on Silicon Valley's reaction.
Bloomberg Global Business Jan.30 -- Tech Titans including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Uber CEO Travis Kalanick and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings speak out against President Donald Trump's immigration moves.