tech at work
September 7, 2018
Data centers are one of the many ways tech companies are creating jobs and expanding opportunity in communities across the country. That's why this week, TechNet urged the Trump Administration not to impose economically harmful tariffs on key components that are essential to the construction and operation of data centers.
After the White House announced last week that they have reached a deal with Mexico on bilateral trade issues, TechNet pressed the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to continue working towards a new, modernized North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) that includes all three countries.
See below for more on these items, plus how innovation economy companies are helping American military service members adjust to civilian life, addressing environmental challenges, and stepping up their efforts on diversity and inclusion.
What we're saying
What we're reading
Paid Parental Leave Matters | Microsoft on the Issues
Supporting Our Military Service Members and Their Spouses | Grow with Google
On Our Way to Lower Emissions and 100% Renewable Energy | Facebook Newsroom
Seven Questions with Thumbtack Co-founder and CEO Marco Zappacosta | Sequoia Capital
What we're watching
Tech Girls Rock -- Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago | Boys & Girls Clubs of America
TechNet in the news
Tech Gives Tariff Pushback Another Try | POLITICO Morning Tech