Kalanick responded by publishing a series of posts about Uber’s values, and said the company employed drivers impacted by “President Trump’s unjust immigration ban.”
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"Drivers who are citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria or Yemen and live in the US but have left the country, will not be able to return for 90 days," Kalanick wrote in a post on Sunday. "This means they won't be able to earn money and support their families during this period."
Uber and Lyft aren’t the only companies to respond to the immigration order. Starbucks announced it would hire 10,000 refugees, and Goldman Sachs leaders wrote they were not in favor of the ban.
Read an update on where the travel ban currently stands.
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