Here's who sat where during Trump's big meeting with tech leaders
On Wednesday, president-elect Donald Trump convened a meeting with the top execs from the tech world.
The meeting marks the first major summit between technology leaders and Trump, who has had a shaky relationship with the tech industry and who publicly criticized companies like Apple and Amazon while running for office.
The CEOs of the three most valuable public American companies by market cap - Apple, Alphabet (Google), and Microsoft - are included in the meeting with Trump, but those weren't the leaders who kept by his side.
Instead, Trump was flanked by vice president elect Mike Pence on his left and venture capitalist and Peter Thiel (who supported him during the election campaign) on the right.
Here's who sat where during Trump's summit with tech:
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From left to right:
- Eric Trump
- Brad Smith, Microsoft's president and chief legal officer
- Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO
- Larry Page, Google founder and Alphabet CEO
- Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's COO
- Mike Pence
- Donald Trump
- Peter Thiel, venture capitalist
Continuing from Peter Thiel:
- Tim Cook, Apple CEO
- Safra Catz, Oracle CEO
Disclosure: Jeff Bezos is an investor in Business Insider through hispersonal investment company Bezos Expeditions.
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