Apple's Data Center Fueled By Al Gore's Conflict of Interest?

Tom Borelli is quoted in a story about the latest concern regarding another conflict of interest surrounding Apple board member Al Gore.

Apple is powering its new data facility using products from Bloom Energy whose major investors include Gore’s venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers.

Read The National Center for Public Policy Research’s press release for more details.

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Both Tom and I attended Apple’s shareholder meeting in February of this year to ask if Gore “violated the company’s Business Conduct Policy,” due to our concerns on whether Gore was behind Apple ending its membership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce because of the trade group’s opposition to government regulation for greenhouse gases. Please read more about this here.


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