ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports:
President Obama will start his day by making a statement on the economy, tax cuts and a meeting with CEOs at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in the morning.
The president then will hold a working meeting with business leaders at the Blair House to discuss ways to continue to "work together grow the economy, create jobs in the private sector and invest in American innovation and competitiveness."
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said that this is just one many “fairly regular intervals” that the president has met with CEOS over lunch to discuss a “whole range of ideas that are out there in terms of continuing our fragile recovery."
The goal, the White House said, is to drill down on the best way to move forward on accelerating job creation and making America more competitive in the 21st century.
Areas of discussions likely will include export promotion, ensuring the next generation has the skills to compete in a global market, investing in innovative areas with opportunity for growth including clean energy and technology, taking a serious approach to our medium- and long-term federal deficits,
tax reform and a balanced approach to regulation.
The attendees are:
Greg Brown, Co-CEO, Motorola, Inc.
John Chambers, Chairman & CEO, Cisco Systems Inc.
Kenneth Chenault, CEO, American Express
Dave Cote, Chairman, President & CEO, Honeywell International Inc
Scott Davis, Chairman & CEO, UPS
John Doerr, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Mark Gallogly, Managing Partner & Co-Founder, Centerbridge Partners
Lew Hay, Chairman & CEO, NextEra Energy
Jeffrey Immelt, Chairman & CEO, General Electric
Ellen Kullman, CEO, DuPont
John Lechleiter, President and CEO, Eli Lilly
Andrew Liveris, President, CEO and Chairman, Dow Chemical
James McNerney, Chairman, President & CEO, Boeing
Indra Nooyi, Chairman & CEO, PepsiCo
Paul Otellini, CEO, Intel
Penny Pritzker, Chairman & CEO, Pritzker Realty Group
Brian Roberts, Chairman & CEO, Comcast
Jim Rogers, Chairman, President & CEO, Duke Energy
Eric Schmidt, Chairman & CEO, Google
Robert Wolf, President & COO, UBS
In the afternoon, the president will meet with Secretary of State Clinton in the Oval Office privately.