The stock market closed lower Monday as Trump’s immigration ban created chaos within companies. Executives at a growing number of corporations have spoken out against Trump’s immigration ban, including Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Netflix, Tesla, Airbnb, Ford and Goldman Sachs, which has increasing influence in the Trump administration with at least six top advisers and Cabinet picks—including Trump’s chief strategist Stephen Bannon—having close ties to the financial giant. Meanwhile, thousands of people have deleted the Uber app, after the company turned off surge pricing at JFK airport Saturday in a move many saw as attempting to break the New York Taxi Workers Alliance strike on picking up travelers from JFK airport in solidarity with the massive protests that had erupted there over Trump’s immigration ban. The ban also puts at risk Boeing commercial aircraft orders from Iran and Iraq worth about $20 billion. Boeing says the orders will generate 100,000 new jobs.