Dick Parsons, former CEO of Time Warner and CBS, is one of 72 Black corporate leaders calling on US firms to publicly oppose the Georgia voting bill.
McConnell lashed out at companies behaving like a "woke parallel government" by decrying Georgia's voting laws - but is a top recipient of CEOs' cash.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy sent a letter to Netflix, Disney, and more studios to make the case for the state as a production hub.
"I've decided to "identify" as Chinese. Coke will like me, Delta will agree with my "values" and I'll probably get shoes from Nike ..." Huckabee said.
Amazon blasted states' voter suppression efforts after years of supporting GOP lawmakers who have made it harder for Americans to vote.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said that the decision to move the All-Star Game and MLB Draft was "the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport."
The new law brings changes to several aspects of the election process, and civil rights groups have said it suppresses voters.
The sweeping new law in Georgia has been compared by Biden and others to the laws that enforced racial segregation in the South until the 1960s.