Tim Cook and other tech leaders to meet with Trump
Several top technology executives have agreed to meet with President Elect Donald Trump in New York City on Wednesday.
According to reports from The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Recode.
Silicon Valley leaders have been quote vocal in their opposition of Donald Trump during the election with many donating to the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton.
And now these same people have been summoned by Trump staff to a round table discussion With the future president.
Among those reported to attend include Apple CEO Tim Cook, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Amazon's chief, Jeff Bazos, and also Larry Page and Eric Schmidt who lead Google's parent company, Alphabet.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg is also said to attend.
She sits on the board of Facebook with billionaire tech investor and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel, who is now working with the Trump administrator to make a tech policy.
The reports are also the CEOs of Intel, IBM, Oracle, and Cisco to show up But arguably, one of the biggest technology leaders of our day may not show up.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX was invited by Keil, someone he worked with closely in the early days of PayPal, but.
But there are conflicting reports on whether Musk will attend, due to critical work obligations.
That's according to a recode report.
Also perhaps missing from the meeting, is Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Trump's favorite piece of technology, Twitter.
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