“Apple has once again waved the banner for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights by marching earlier [last] night at the Gay Pride parade in Austin, Texas,” Aldrin Calimlim reports for AppAdvice.
“The largest event of the celebration, the Pride parade, was held at downtown Austin with a great many spectators and, of course, participants, which included Apple employees and their families,” Calimlim reports. “According to a tweet posted by Apple CEO Tim Cook, who again invoked Apple’s diversity motto (‘Inclusion inspires innovation’), as many as 3,000 Apple employees and their families participated in the event.”
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) September 20, 2014
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