Prompted by President Trump’s immigration order and in some cases their employer’s own past, workers seek to set limits on cooperation with the administration.
The executives meeting with Mr. Trump in Manhattan on Wednesday include Elon Musk of Tesla, Timothy D. Cook of Apple and Jeff Bezos of Amazon.
Fear that Oracle would back away led NetSuite shareholders to accept a $9.3 billion offer over the objections of a major investor, T. Rowe Price.
The company said that holders of 53 percent of unaffiliated NetSuite shares agreed to tender their shares, and the deal will be completed on Monday.
At annual presentations in San Francisco, tech companies deluge potential customers with data on their progress in cloud computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
As G.E., Oracle, Salesforce.com and others push their A.I. products, it remains unclear whether potential customers understand how they will profit.
With professional sailing having turned largely over to foiling catamarans since the 2013 America's Cup, teams are looking to younger sailors who have experience in the new boats.
A strong sailing culture in France has yet to bring the country success in America's Cup.
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