The New York Times/ Zach Wichter/ September 5, 2017

President Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, created by President Obama to allow children who entered the United States illegally to remain in the country, spurred reactions through the business community — many of them opposed to the rollback of protections.

Last week more than 400 business executives signed a letter to the president and congressional leaders, warning that these immigrants — known as “Dreamers” — are vital to the economy.

On Tuesday, after Mr. Trump’s action was announced, business leaders and companies released statements through a variety of channels to express their disapproval.

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