If you pull back for a moment from the distracting cacophony engineered by Trump, you’ll realize that there is a plan after all. The dots do connect.
Google’s parent company Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, Uber are coming together to issue a join letter to President Trump
In his brief remarks, Rex Tillerson expressed thanks to Donald Trump for giving him the opportunity to be Secretary of State.
“This is not the way to best protect the U.S. or any other country in relation to the serious concerns that exist about possible terrorist infiltration,” Guterres said to reporters.
While Iran and Iraq – two of the seven targeted countries — have strongly criticized Trump’s order and vowed to retaliate, the criticism for what is widely labeled as a “Muslim ban” from rest of the Muslim-majority countries has been subdued and slow to trickle in.
In times of chaos and socio-politico-cultural turbulence, satire and humour often make the most sharp comments.
US tech companies fear the Trump administration will target a visa program they cherish for bringing in specialised workers from other countries.
H1-B visa: NASSCOM said their focus would be on highlighting the value contribution of India’s IT sector as a “net creator” of jobs in the US.
India has conveyed its concerns and interests both to US administration and US Congress at senior levels regarding the H1B visa issue, said Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup on Tuesday. MEA’s response comes in the backdrop of a legislation that has been introduced in the US House of Representatives which calls for more […]
The heads of Apple, Ford and Goldman Sachs said that they don’t support the executive order the president signed last week, Google said its donating cash to organisations supporting immigrants
Lewis’ comments mark the first time Obama has weighed in on Trump’s actions since Obama left office on Jan. 20.
Yates, an Obama administration holdover, said she was not convinced Trump’s executive order barring travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations was lawful.
Google has confirmed a USA Today report that it is funding an initial $2 million for the fund that can be matched with up to $2 million in donations from employees.
From Apple’s Steve Jobs and Google’s Sundar Pichai to Joseph Pulitzer – America is a land of immigrants
Dev Patel, Ashton Kutcher, Simon Helberg and his wife Jocelyn Towne were some of the celebrities who slammed Donald Trump