Major U.S. companies were faced with a sensitive dilemma when the Trump administration on Jan. 27 issued its executive order temporarily curbing travel from seven Muslim-majority countries and indefinitely banning Syrian refugees. The question was whether to speak out about the issue. Some of the largest U.S. companies did speak out. They took varying approaches and some did a good job of carefully wording their responses.
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