The Murdoch brothers who run 21st Century Fox have released a memo to their staff, informing employees that the company “deeply value[s] diversity and believe[s] immigration is an essential part of America’s strength.”
Chairman Lachlan Murdoch and CEO James Murdoch described the media company as a “company that is driven by creativity and innovation” and advised staff members with questions about their family’s future to contact their HR manager. Their father Rupert Murdoch‘s name was not included on the memo.
21st Century Fox (fox) is the latest global company to weigh in on President Trump’s controversial executive order that has banned citizens of seven predominately Muslim nations from visiting the U.S. for 90 days and halted the Syrian refugee program for 120 days. According to CNN, the publisher and CEO of The New York Times sent a similar memo to staff on Monday.
Read the full memo below: