Corporate America giants are now resisting Trump’s immigration ban.
NBC News is reporting Google, Amazon, Starbucks, and Facebook are just a few of the big names to have stepped forward and denounce Trump’s executive order, which restricts the entry of refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, and indefinitely bans Syrian refugees altogether.
In the latest scuffle, Apple CEO Tim Cook told the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday his company was considering taking legal action to have Trump’s executive order reversed, noting that hundreds of Apple staff had been affected by the travel ban.
Here’s a list of Fortune 500 companies expressing concern or challenging the immigration ban:
Procter & Gamble
Twitter, Square, Airbnb, Github, Etsy, Lyft, Uber, Tesla, and TripAdvisor have also protested the ban, as have pharmaceutical companies sych as Allergan and Perlara.