Justice

These Companies are Opposing President Trump's Executive Order

February 6th 2017

By:
Kyle Jaeger

100 American companies voiced their opposition to President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration Sunday.

In a brief filed with an appeals court that's currently deliberating on the order, 97 companies mostly from the fields of technology and social media listed complaints with the action, which bars entry to the U.S. from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

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The complaints describe concerns about potential constitutional violations and consequences for the U.S. economy, The New York Times reported. The 97 companies argued that the travel restrictions will make it more difficult to "recruit, hire, and retain some of the world's best employees," many of whom are immigrants from countries affected by the order.

Here are the 97 companies that oppose Trump's executive order on immigration.

  1. AdRoll
  2. Aeris Communications
  3. Airbnb
  4. AltSchool
  5. Ancestry.com
  6. Appboy
  7. Apple
  8. AppNexus
  9. Asana
  10. Alassian
  11. Autodesk
  12. Automattic
  13. Box
  14. Brightcove
  15. Brit + Co
  16. CareZone
  17. Castlight Health
  18. Checkr
  19. Chobani
  20. Citrix Systems
  21. Cloudera
  22. Cloudflare
  23. Copia Institute
  24. DocuSign
  25. DoorDash
  26. Dropbox
  27. Dynatrace
  28. eBay
  29. Engine Advocacy
  30. Etsy
  31. Facebook
  32. Fastly
  33. Flipboard
  34. Foursquare
  35. Fuze
  36. General Assembly
  37. GitHub
  38. Glassdoor
  39. Google
  40. GoPro
  41. Harmonic
  42. Hipmunk
  43. Indiegogo
  44. Intel
  45. JAND d/b/a Warby Parker
  46. Kargo
  47. Kickstarter
  48. KIND
  49. Knotel
  50. Levi Strauss & Co.
  51. LinkedIn
  52. Lithium Technologies
  53. Lyft
  54. Mapbox
  55. Maplebear d/b/a Instacart
  56. Marin Software
  57. Medallia
  58. Medium
  59. Meetup
  60. Microsoft
  61. Motivate Internation
  62. Mozilla
  63. Netflix
  64. Netgear
  65. NewsCred
  66. Patreon
  67. PayPal
  68. Pinterest
  69. Quara
  70. Reddit
  71. Rocket Fuel
  72. SaaStr
  73. Salesforce
  74. Scopely
  75. Shutterstock
  76. Snap
  77. Spokeo
  78. Spotify
  79. Square
  80. Squarespace
  81. Strava
  82. Stripe
  83. SurveyMonkey
  84. TaskRabbit
  85. Tech:NYC
  86. Thumbtack
  87. Turn
  88. Twilio
  89. Twitter
  90. Turn
  91. Uber
  92. Via
  93. Wikimedia Foundation
  94. Workday
  95. Y Combinator
  96. Yelp
  97. Zynga

"Immigrants make many of the Nation’s greatest discoveries, and create some of the country’s most innovative and iconic companies," the companies said in the brief. "America has long recognized the importance of protecting ourselves against those who would do us harm. But it has done so while maintaining our fundamental commitment to welcoming immigrants — through increased background checks and other controls on people seeking to enter our country."