White House 'Tech Week' heads to fields of Iowa By Li Zhou 06/21/2017 10:03 AM EDT With help from Nancy Scola, Ashley Gold, John Hendel and Margaret Harding McGillWHITE HOUSE 'TECH WEEK' HEADS TO THE FIELDS OF IOWA — President Trump is slated to visit Cedar Rapids' Kirkwood Community College today to dig into the potential for cutting-edge tech in American agriculture, the latest event in the White House's “tech week” this week. (Why Kirkwood?
Next up for 'Tech Week' By Li Zhou 06/20/2017 10:00 AM EDT With help from Margaret Harding McGill, John Hendel, Ashley Gold and Nancy ScolaNEXT UP FOR 'TECH WEEK' — Executives from the four major U.S. wireless companies (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint), along with CenturyLink CEO Glen Post and CTO Aamir Hussain, are expected to attend the White House’s Thursday session on “American Leadership in Emerging Technology,” according to sources familiar with the matter.
Tech CEOs descend on the White House By Li Zhou 06/19/2017 10:00 AM EDT With help from John Hendel and Nancy Scola DRIVING THE DAY: TECH CEOS DESCEND ON WHITE HOUSE — “Tech industry leaders from companies like Apple, Amazon and Google are set to head to the White House Monday to brainstorm on how to improve the government's creaky IT systems — aiming to find common ground with the Trump administration after weeks of tension over climate change, immigration and other policies,” Nancy and...
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Selecting a term
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