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Why This Expert Says Trump's Cyber Policy Could Be 'Remarkably Boring'

A Department of Homeland Security official suggests the White House cyber security order could be remarkably pedestrian.

Max Eddy

What to Consider Before Your Brand Takes a Stand Politically

The costly #DeleteUber backlash shows that large majorities of Americans, and not just millennials, will harshly punish a brand they perceive as unethical.

Khalil Grell

Under Armour CEO: Trump Is 'a Real Asset for the Country'

'He wants to build things. He wants to make bold decisions and be really decisive,' Kevin Plank said.

Dennis Green

Uber Founder Resigns From Trump Council. Read His Full Text Explanation.

Travis Kalanick said he needed to realign himself with an Uber company value: 'Be Yourself.'

This CEO Thinks It's Time for Business Leaders to Get Political

Today from 12 to 3 p.m., underwear brand Thinx will hold a phone bank to challenge female GOP representatives. This founder explains why.

3 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Protect Employees From Trump's Immigration Executive Order

If a member of your team from one of the seven Muslim-majority nations leaves the US, you can no longer assume their visa will get them back in.

Jonathan Segal

Googlers Stage Walkout to Protest Trump's Immigration Ban

The coordinated protest is happening now across eight campuses.

Andrew Tarantola

Is Vocally Opposing President Trump Risky Business?

Brands that oppose Trump policies on social justice grounds have, so far at least, not suffered any significant loss of customer support.

Samuel Edwards

The Trump Administration's Cyber Hubris

Trump uses an insecure Android phone and his press secretary tweets passwords. What could possibly go wrong?

Sascha Segan

Trump Picks Net Neutrality Foe as New FCC Chairman

Not surprisingly, ISP trade groups cheered the announcement while consumer groups voiced concern.

Chloe Albanesius