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Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s FCAS ad calls for peaceful protests: ‘Don’t draw a swastika’

An ad from New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s Foundation to Combat Antisemitism was seen during NBA playoff games on Tuesday night imploring everyone “don’t bring hate to the protest.” With antisemitism continuing to rise in the United States, Kraft’s foundation has been proactive in fighting it, especially on college campuses where students are protesting the Israel-Hamas war.  “Scream until you’re red in the face,”…

Billionaire Columbia alum Leon Cooperman says protests are ‘organized anarchy’

Billionaire Columbia University graduate and CEO Leon Cooperman is doubling down on previous comments he made blasting the anti-Israel protests that have taken place at his alma mater and other colleges, and says the situation has now escalated into “organized anarchy.” Cooperman told “The Claman Countdown” host Liz Claman in October following the initial demonstrations that began after Israel was attacked by Hamas terrorists, “These…

Hims & Hers stock slides after CEO’s praise for anti-Israel protesters

Hims & Hers Health Inc. saw its stock slide during Friday’s trading session after its CEO praised the “moral courage” of anti-Israel campus protesters and encouraged them to apply for jobs at the health and wellness company. Hims & Hers, which offers telehealth and online pharmacy services for erectile dysfunction, sexual performance, hair loss treatments, mental health and more, saw its stock slide by 8%…

Kevin O’Leary warns student protesters are ‘trashing’ job chances by fighting police, vandalizing school

“Shark Tank” host and business leader Kevin O’Leary explained that student protesters should be concerned about their job prospects in an interview, Wednesday.  “If you‘re burning down something, or taking a flag down, or fighting with police — I‘m sorry, you‘re trashing your personal brand,” O’Leary said of students caught on camera protesting.  O’Leary explained that like most corporations, he hires a firm to check…

Google CEO stresses ‘this is a business’ after in-office protesters fired

The arrest and subsequent termination of more than two dozen Google employees involved in protests held at the tech giant’s offices last week prompted CEO Sundar Pichai to address the matter with the workers who remained on the payroll. Google fired 28 workers after anti-Israel protests took over its corporate offices in New York, Seattle and Sunnyvale, California, on April 16 in 10-hour sit-ins where…