Republicans have slammed the onslaught of corporate responses to Georgia's restrictive new voting law, calling for boycotts and threatening tax hikes.
Companies paused their support for 147 GOP lawmakers after the Capitol riots. Now, some are giving to the groups those Republicans oversee.
Microsoft president Brad Smith defended the company’s political contributions, CNBC reported. Microsoft paused donations amid criticism of its gifts to GOP lawmakers who objected to election results. But Smith said donations are vital for getting invited to events so Microsoft can lobby lawmakers. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. […]
Tech industry executives have donated millions during this election cycle, mostly to Democratic campaigns and PACs,CNBC found. Asana CEO Dustin Moskovitz donated $US24 million and was a major contributor to the pro-Biden super PAC Future Forward USA. Other executives, like Netflix co-CEO Reed Hastings, donated more $US5 million to Democratic […]
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