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Why aren't tech companies talking about Trump where it counts?

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Tech companies that have been taking a stand against Donald Trump in the press are silent where it counts—their earnings reports. 


Almost no major tech companies have mentioned President Donald Trump in their quarterly earnings reports as posing a risk to their businesses. Google, Facebook, Apple, and the rest might talk a big game about immigration and net neutrality, but when it comes to communicating risks to shareholders, Trump doesn't seem to be on their minds.


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Financial data firm Sentieo combed the earnings releases of 500 U.S. companies to see which ones mentioned Trump. Plenty did, particularly companies in the the healthcare and energy industries.  Read more...

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