Friday, February 18, 2011

Obama met leaders of the Web There's also Steve Jobs

President Barack Obama and 12 leading companies in Silicon Valley have debated how to work together to promote investment in innovation and employment growth in the private sector at a meeting Thursday night in San Francisco Bay area, which was also attended by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Google Eric Schmidt and Apple founder Steve Jobs.

The latter was present at the meeting even though the National Enquirer has slammed the dramatic front-page photo of the guru of Apple almost skeletal, the output of the Stanford Cancer Center where he is again receiving treatment for a recurrence of pancreatic cancer diagnosed the first time in 2004.

The White House spokesman Jay Carney: 'The President discussed his proposals in a specific way to invest in research and development and extend incentives to companies to grow and take and the goal of doubling exports in five years in support of millions of jobs in America, "said Carney.

The White House has said that the president wants to continue to meet periodically technology leaders to share ideas on how to create jobs and expand the economy.

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