Microsoft, along with a slew of other major tech companies who opposed Trump's immigration ban, donated lots of cash and free services to the president on inauguration day, according to new POLITICO report. After donating a reported $US250,000 ($327,446) in cash, and the same amount in technical services, to the Trump's inauguration parties on December 28, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella condemned the ban in an Q&A with employees. He said, "There is no place for bias or bigotry in any society, in any context. That's where we start from. We will always as a company stand for that diversity and inclusion."
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Stranger Things pulled the rug from under Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey and Westworld at the Screen Actors Guild awards yesterday to win the award for best ensemble cast. And while there's a lot to love about the cast's reactions to the win -- especially Winona Ryder's -- it's David Harbour's powerful acceptance speech that's worth watching.
Following Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's limp response to Trump's "Muslim ban," Lyft has decided to put its money where its mouth is. The ridesharing rival announced today that it will donate a million dollars to the ACLU to "defend our constitution."