The CEOs of Microsoft, Google, Target and other large companies have spoken publicly or to employees about the killing of George Floyd and the resulting civil unrest, with Snap CEO Evan Spiegel seeking legislative changes including a reparations commission for African Americans. "What the African American community sees in that videotape is that this African American man, who could be me or any other African American man, is being treated as less than human," said Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier.
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