Tech companies strutted their pride Sunday as Apple, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Uber and hundreds other high-tech employees came out in full force for the 45th Annual Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco.
This weekend’s big Pride Parade may be in San Francisco, but that didn’t stop Silicon Valley leaders from (digitally) waiving the rainbow flag in support of Friday’s Supreme Court ruling ending bans on same-sex marriage.
Apple pulled Civil War games from the App Store Thursday, joining other U.S. companies that have already banned the sale of any Confederate flag merchandise in reaction to last week’s shooting massacre at a black church in Charleston.
Brandon Moss won’t have to go shopping and buy high-tech gadgets for his teammates after all.
Nothing gets a stock moving like a billionaire investors telling everyone he thinks its double its current value.
The company overseeing the Apple construction site said workers with felony convictions do “not meet owner standards.”
Schwarzenegger Is Furious — Pens Op-Ed Warning ‘Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law Is Bad For Republicans’
Schwarzenegger: “As an American, I’m incredibly concerned about what happened in Indiana this week and the threat of similar laws being passed in other states. As a Republican, I’m furious.”
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that so-called “religious objection” legislation being introduced in a number of states is dangerous and bad for business.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has departed from his predecessor when it comes to giving, saying he will donate his hundreds of millions of dollars to charities.
Apple CEO tweeted his disappointment Friday about Indiana’s new ‘religious liberty’ law that opponents say could be used to discriminate against gays.