People work in an area provided for journalists by Google at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, in 2012. Some of the country’s best-known corporations are nervously grappling with what role they should play at the Republican National Convention in 2016, given the likely nomination of Donald Trump, whose divisive candidacy has alienated many women, African-Americans and Hispanics. The companies are facing pressure from civil rights groups to stay away from the Cleveland convention.
People work in an area provided for journalists by Google at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, in 2012. Some of the country’s best-known corporations are nervously grappling with what role they should play at the Republican National Convention in 2016, given the likely nomination of Donald Trump, whose divisive candidacy has alienated many women, African-Americans and Hispanics. The companies are facing pressure from civil rights groups to stay away from the Cleveland convention. STEPHEN CROWLEY The New York Times
People work in an area provided for journalists by Google at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, in 2012. Some of the country’s best-known corporations are nervously grappling with what role they should play at the Republican National Convention in 2016, given the likely nomination of Donald Trump, whose divisive candidacy has alienated many women, African-Americans and Hispanics. The companies are facing pressure from civil rights groups to stay away from the Cleveland convention. STEPHEN CROWLEY The New York Times