IBM's Palmisano Says Obama-CEO Talks Were `Productive'
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IBM's Palmisano Says Obama-CEO Talks Were `Productive'

Feb. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Samuel Palmisano, chief executive officer of International Business Machines Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Kate Andersen Brower about a meeting he and other U.S. technology executives had with President Barack Obama today. Other participants in today's meeting include: Xerox Corp.'s Ursula Burns, Dell Inc.'s Michael Dell, Applied Materials Inc.'s Michael Splinter, Micron Technology Inc.'s Steven Appleton, and EMC Corp.'s Joseph Tucci. (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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