Reid Hoffman

Trump's shocking victory could squeeze Silicon Valley on immigration and trade

Trump's shocking victory could squeeze Silicon Valley on immigration and trade

In October, a Donald Trump supporter stood up at a Santa Monica technology conference and berated billionaire tech entrepreneur Mark Cuban for being dismissive of Trump. 

Cuban, the Dallas Mavericks owner who built his wealth in online radio streaming in the mid-90s, had said Trump wasn’t a viable option for president.

The exchange went on for minutes, but instead of losing his cool, Cuban told the audience that having your views challenged can only make people and companies stronger.

That’s what the technology industry — who rallied against Trump’s campaign and dug deep into their coffers to fight his...

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