Obama’s visiting Silicon Valley executives

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The White House reports that President Obama is meeting with Silicon Valley’s top executives to discuss innovation with Bay Area business leaders on Feb. 17.

The president is meeting with executives to promote the education, research and development and clean energy programs he included in his $3.73 trillion budget.

President Obama’s goal is to “strengthen our economy, support entrepreneurship and get the American people back to work,” a White House statement said.

There’s no information on whether the president’s meeting will be held at or available to the public.

The president is scheduled to stay here Thursday night and leave on Friday morning to tour Intel’s D1D research factory and meet with the company’s chief executive, Paul Otellini, in Hillsboro, Oregon. The Orgeonian reported today that Obama’s meeting with Intel will be streamed live starting at approximately 11:30 am.

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