Tech companies up and down the West coast scrambled Tuesday to figure out what role they could play in opposing President Trump's executive order on immigration, which is having an outsized effect on the industry because of the large number of immigrants and H-1B visa holders it employs.
A loose coalition of California-based tech companies were scheduled to confab Tuesday evening in San Francisco to discuss what actions they might collectively take to fight the executive order, two sources
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