Report: Obama to discuss climate strategy with blue chips

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President Obama is today taking part in a discussion with Intel, Hershey and others on tackling climate change

Chief executives from Johnson & Johnson, Intel Corp and Berkshire Hathaway Energy are today expected to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss the role of business in tackling climate change. According...

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