Barack Obama and Steve Jobs Meeting Today to Discuss Economy and Technology
Silicon Alley Insider briefly reported earlier today that President Barack Obama was scheduled for a one-on-one meeting with Apple CEO Steve Jobs today following Obama's arrival in the Bay Area for a fundraising visit.
He's speaking at Google exec Marissa Mayer's house in Palo Alto this evening.
Before that, says a source familiar with the details, he may have a one-on-one meeting with Steve Jobs.
Bloomberg now follows up, noting that the two are scheduled to meet at a San Francisco hotel for about 45 minutes to discuss several topics, including issues related to technology and the economy.
Obama and Jobs are scheduled to meet for about 45 minutes at a San Francisco hotel for a discussion on the economy and technology issues, Gibbs said.
"This is a meeting the president was interested in having," Gibbs told reporters traveling with Obama. "He's eager to talk to him about the economy, innovation and technology, education."
According to the report, Jobs and Obama last met in 2008 during the presidential campaign.
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