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Obama Pitches Economic Agenda To Business Leaders
President Obama pitched his economic agenda to some of the nation’s most high-powered CEOs Tuesday night, touting his proposals to boost job creation and calling for tax reform to aid the economic recovery. “The economy is getting stronger, and the recovery is speeding up. And...
45,000 Verizon Union Workers Strike in Contract Dispute
From Massachusetts to Washington, D.C., tens of thousands of Verizon Communications workers went on strike early today, after unions for phone repair technicians, customer service representatives and cable installers failed to agree on a new contract with the telecommunications company. The
New data show strengthening job market
A bevy of economic reports Wednesday bolstered the case for a strengthening job market, with private payrolls and business confidence surging and layoffs waning. The ADP National Employment Report said private payrolls rose by 201,000 in March, slightly below estimates. Yet the average monthly
Verizon iPhone: What Do We Actually Know?
The mythical Verizon iPhone . Though no official will confirm that it exists, it's still one of the most buzzed about topics in the blogosphere. In late September, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg downplayed the possibility of an iPhone joining his network anytime soon, suggesting the company would wait
What Would a 'Private' Internet Look Like?
Google-Verizon Net Neutrality Proposal Could Create Tiered Internet, Some Internet Law Scholars Say
OOO! Obama and the Oracle of Omaha!
The White House has released a photograph of President Obama meeting in the Oval Office with billionaire investor Warren Buffet this morning.
This Week (07.11.10)
Good morning and welcome to this week. President Obama back on the The joint missile. But as the economy struggles is the president running out of options are Democrats running out of time. Questions for our headliner the president's top political advisor David to run. The feds tell Arizona will
White House Hits Back Against Business Critics
Senior White House advisor David Axelrod fired back at critics who say President Obama has been hostile to business. Axelrod insisted on ABC News’ This Week that White House policies have turned around the economy and allowed businesses to increase...
Interview With David Axelrod (Part 1)
From the gulf to the unemployment lines from Kabul to Baghdad America is facing many difficult challenges and Democrats are facing a tough political environment. With the exception of Michelle Sasha and Malia there's probably no one in Washington as President Obama as well as our guest this morning
Obama Touts a 'Solid Start' in Pledge to Double US Exports Within Five Years
Declaring that his administration is off to a "solid start" on his State of the Union pledge to double US exports over the next 5 years, President Obama gave what the White House is calling a "progress report" on the goal.