Some tech workers say visas designed to give America the competitive edge are instead siphoning jobs overseas, The New York Times reports.
The alliance between the ACLU and Y Combinator was Sam Altman's idea, The Verge reports.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba/ BUFFALO, New York, Feb 6- R efugees in the United States fearing a worsening climate of xenophobia in the wake of a divisive U.S. presidential campaign are flocking to Canada in growing numbers. Most braved the freezing prairie winter to walk into Canada. "They will make a dash for Canada, whether they are going to go through cold weather to die or not,"...
Feb 5- Nearly 100 companies, including high-tech, joined a legal brief opposing President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban, arguing that it would give companies incentives to move jobs outside the United States. Trump's Jan. 27 executive order temporarily barred entry into the United States of people from seven Muslim-majority nations as well as...
An amicus brief by 97 technology companies opposes Trump's recent executive order, affecting citizens from 7 countries.
Recode's Kara Swisher and Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute president & CEO, discuss Silicon Valley's court brief in opposition to President Trump's immigration order.
Discussing the pusback from tech firms on President Trump's immigration ban with Jared Bernstein, former chief economist & economic policy adviser to Vice President Biden, and Jaret Seiberg, Cowen Group managing director.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses the slew of tech companies teaming up against President Donald Trump's immigration order.
A federal judge in Seattle on Friday blocked the move, and the Trump administration has a deadline on Monday to justify the action, which temporarily barred entry to the United States by people from seven mostly Muslim countries, as well as suspending the U.S. refugee program. Amazon.com and Expedia, both based in Washington state, had supported the Seattle...
Ten former senior U.S. diplomats and security officials planned to file an affidavit arguing that President Trump's executive order curtailing immigration would actually make America less safe.
Daniel Lippman, Politico Playbook co-author, talks about President Donald Trump taking to Twitter to criticize Judge James Robart for issuing a temporary order to lift the president's immigration ban.
Several tech companies plan to send a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump urging his administration to follow through on proposed changes to a travel ban.
Google, Facebook and others take a legal stand against the Trump administration's travel order, the Washington Post reports.
Jonathan Lieber, Eurasia Group, talks about the impact of Trump's executive order on immigration, and the checks and balances in the U.S. government.
Several technology companies plan to send a letter to Donald Trump urging him to follow through on proposed changes to a travel ban.
Julia Salasky, CEO at CrowdJustice, talks about how her startup is helping those affected by the executive order on immigration in the U.S.
Andra Gillespie, assistant professor at Emory University, says that that the U.S. remains fairly politically divided.
President Trump is not afraid to de-fund as a weapon to fight California's sanctuary cities, he said in a Fox News interview.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the circuit court is giving President Donald Trump a second look on his ban on immigration
James Robart is a Bush appointee known for being a soft-spoken appellate judge, NBC News reports.