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How Silicon Valley leaders, from Elon Musk to Tim Cook, are responding to the George Floyd protests (AAPL, GOOGL, TSLA)

Business Insider Monday, 1 June 2020
How Silicon Valley leaders, from Elon Musk to Tim Cook, are responding to the George Floyd protests (AAPL, GOOGL, TSLA)· Silicon Valley leaders are voicing their solidarity for protests that have erupted across the nation in response to the death of George Floyd. 
· Executives from Google, Snap, Apple, Facebook, and more are speaking out against racial inequality and police brutality in social media posts and memos to employees. 
· "Every...
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