Deeply Divided White House Will Not Support Encryption Legislation
The political debate over the limits of encryption rages on.
Entrepreneurship's Big Role in President Obama's Cuba Visit
'The right to make a living is one or our most precious rights,' says Carlos Gutierrez, the former CEO of Kellogg who was born in Cuba.
Obama Arrives in Cuba on Historic Visit
The president is set to speak with Cuban entrepreneurs on Monday.
Obama Nominates Moderate, Veteran Judge for Supreme Court
Marrick Garland, 63, is currently chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
At SXSW: What You Missed This Weekend
The festival started with Inspirational keynotes, double rainbows and more.
At SXSW: Barack Obama's Call to Action for the Tech Industry
Entrepreneur was on the scene for the first-ever keynote by a sitting U.S. president at the tech festival.
The Obamas to Speak at SXSW 2016
They will be the first sitting president and first lady to attend the festival.
President Obama Announces Historic Visit to Cuba
It will be the first U.S. presidential trip to the country in nearly 90 years.
Barack Obama Is the Most Popular World Leader on Instagram
You don't need to build your following when you're the POTUS.
The One Line in the State of the Union That Shows Why Business Distrusts the President
Sorry, Mr. President. Companies that treat their employees well are the rule in American business, not the exception.
Former Senior Advisor to President Obama Joins GoFundMe
Longtime White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer will serve as the popular crowdfunding platform's VP of communications and policy.
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Code.org CEO: Coding Provided 'Order Amidst Chaos' as Bombs Fell Near My Home
Ahead of next week's Hour of Code, Hadi Partovi shares how computer programming offered calm, confidence and optimism in an otherwise hopeless situation.
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What Happened When President Obama Interviewed Alibaba's Jack Ma
Topics included entrepreneurship and climate change.
Obama Wants to Make More Workers Eligible for Overtime Pay
President Obama's plan would touch nearly every sector of the economy and could face legal challenges.
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