Silicon Valley’s executives kept a low profile in politics until Donald Trump arrived in the White House. Since then, employees, customers, and sometimes their own beliefs have demanded they take a stand. And tech leaders are stepping into the political spotlight, whether they like it or not. If you want to follow how Silicon Valley is getting involved, start with these five people. You’ll hear more from them soon.
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