U.S. Primaries: Silicon Valley's Picks

Moresco, Justin
January 2008
Red Herring;1/31/2008, p1
Trade Publication
An interview with several executives from the U.S. high-technology industry is presented regarding the presidential candidates in the U.S. 2008 election. Jim Louderback, chief executive officer (CEO) of Revision3 believes that the elections would be against Barack Obama and John McCain. Education.com CEO Ronald Fortune, reveals that his favorite candidate is Obama. Brad Kayton, chief operating officer (COO) of 4Home Media, relates the things that he would like the next U.S. president to do to benefit the high-technology industry.


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