America’s corporate titans oppose Trump travel ban

A chorus that began in Silicon Valley is gaining voices across corporate America, as more business leaders from other industries speak out against President Donald Trump’s travel ban prohibiting entry of migrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries or touted their commitments to diversity.

Some were relatively subdued, using the moment to reaffirm corporate values.

“We want every one of you to know of our unwavering commitment to the dedicated people working here at JPMorgan Chase,” the bank’s operating committee, which includes CEO Jamie Dimon, wrote in a memo.

Others were specific, announcing plans to hire refugees, as Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz did Sunday.

“There are more than 65 million citizens of the world recognized as refugees by the United Nations, and we are developing plans to read more


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