Listen: Google, DOW Chemical And Silicon Valley discussed on The Frame
"That these companies are very idealistic and in Silicon Valley. This is a big deal companies market themselves. Not just as profitable enterprises. But it's humanitarian projects and anything that kind of compromises that hurts them, right? Kind of world changers. Totally. And I think the biggest difference is that employees at these companies, especially the engineers who work on very specialized projects like I development have a ton of leverage because there are not very many of them. They make a ton of money, and they're really hard to recruit. If a couple of chemical engineers walkout of DOW Chemical in protest, you know, they can probably find some more where that came from. But if hundreds or thousands of a engineers are upset about project that Google is working on that's a real threat to their business. So these three differences that you just laid out. Explain why Dowd didn't back down despite images of dying children affected by their products. Whereas Google did back. Down long long before anything like that happen to right? And I wanna be clear like what happened to Google was the exception. Not the rule. This is not happening in any vast quantity across the tech industry at Microsoft, for example. They came right out and said, you know, we"