Donald Trump railed against tech giants while departing the White House Wednesday morning, claiming their actions are ‘very bad,’ and promising actions will be taken against the platforms. ‘There’s no question that what the big tech companies are doing is very bad,’ President Trump told reporters when he was specifically asked about the U.S. potentially banning TikTok. The president’s comments come just two hours before the world’s largest tech CEOs are preparing to join a virtual hearing before the House Judiciary Committee regarding potential violations of antitrust laws and competition between tech companies. WHO’S WORTH WHAT Jeff Bezos, Amazon: $179.8 billion. World’s richest man. Owns 11.1% stake in Amazon, Blue Origin rocket company, Washington Post Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook: $86.5 billion. World’s fourth-richest man. Owns 15% of Facebook Tim Cook, Apple: Estimated $600m. Apple is world’s biggest company by value. $3 million salary, stock options Sundar Pichai: Estimated $200m. Google parent Alphabet is fourth-biggest company by value. $650,000 salary, stock options Advertisement ‘We’re going to be watching the hearing today, very closely,’ Trump said while his Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin stood over his right shoulder and Chief of Staff Mark Meadows over his left. Trump is highly critical of technology companies, mainly Twitter and Facebook,… Read full this story
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