About 100 technology executives, including dozens of high-level officers and CEOs, met with White House officials and congressional leaders March 25 to discuss ways the tech industry can help turn around the economy -- and the legislative agenda they say is needed to make that happen, CNET reports. Cisco CEO John Chambers, Hewlett-Packard Executive Vice President Mike Holston, and Solazyme CEO Jonathan Wolfson were some of the executives brought together in Washington by TechNet, a bipartisan political network of CEOs from the "innovation" economy. The organization unveiled its 2009 policy agenda, which includes some proposals already under way--such as support...

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