Jobs council begins working on ideas to stimulate growth

02/24/2011 | USA Today

A group of business executives, labor leaders and economists asked by President Barack Obama for ideas on how to expand the economy, stimulate jobs and be more competitive has held its first meeting. Obama says he wants to know how the government can tweak tax codes and other regulations to help drive business growth. The group's chairman, General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt, says the jobs council will be run like a business with teams, deadlines, "tactical focused areas" and "deliverables."

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