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We promised you yesterday that you could not afford to miss today's featured guest.
The company that he runs his stock is hitting an -- eleven and a half year high today he runs the largest business software provider in the world.
He has bill McDermott -- CEO of us think he's spending the last start trading with us in a Fox Business exclusive because you what I spoke about summer vacations and I've always felt that.
You haven't done global business everywhere.
Bit of Xerox Bennett Gartner -- you know steeple at all these other companies that this is an opportunity to hear -- -- American business leader.
Who really has a great sense of all that's out -- and and the US is your largest market as a yes how we doing.
We're doing great our business in the US grew 25%.
Year over year the sat in the US system -- while the getting better it's getting better.
There's a lot more optimism out there are countries really Brazilian end is.
Optimism on the part of business leaders everywhere I go the main thing we have to focus on is small businesses.
The power of small 90% of the jobs in the United States created by small medium sized businesses.
Let's make it easy for them to do business to hire people create jobs and -- the optimism around growth.
OK so small businesses are the real engine of job growth and suddenly.
We're not hearing so much about jobs when it comes to it well for all intents and purposes we of the Michigan and Arizona primaries yesterday.
And they were all these other different types of discussions everything from.
It I guess that pregnancy what ever Borchardt with all the stuff that a lot of Americans are -- not the front of my my table -- here.
That it is the jobs issue but yet use you state optimism you know what more does this country need to be doing to help those small businesses that you talk about.
An innovation cycle America in the -- America is creative -- -- -- you have to go to places where the jobs are going to be.
So put the research and development in the right technologies.
Put into energy prudent to health care.
-- into new ways of exploring this global economy see you can export goods and services all over the world.
This country does a few things really right one.
It does innovate it makes things it creates things creates great companies.
And it's got a great heart it gives back so my take when I mean with small medium size business owners is they just -- a regulatory environment they can handle.
They want to remove the red tape.
And they want to create new ideas.
When we -- in Davos which you were also in Davos would mean we at -- table with luminaries from all over the world including Nobel Peace Prize winners.
And I told them my story about my first business card basically created -- on consignment.
And I got the big companies to give me the money in the stocks in the goods to kick off the business -- like that's a great idea.
Why don't we do that and what there was that that you did that that was in 1978.
So it's like why are we not thinking out of the box to get people going maybe they don't even a had a goal for a loan much much less get.
-- starting up this is so -- there were moments there were highs that were lows there were moments rethought I can't take a salary are not making enough this is this thing gonna flier -- gonna go wonder.
It's not part of the American.
Sort of focus and feel and the life of the business apps.
Little -- I think the first thing is we have this unique gene in us which is like the go for it it's the generosity it's the -- do -- We've seen a chance there's also the complained -- we will talk about that are well we can't let that villain complacency get inside of us that's when the complained gene comes out and nobody has any interest in more complaints everybody's got their own problems.
So let's focus on -- something happen.
Making something happen for SAP is the mobile world in fact soon.
More people on the planet but guess what there will be more Smartphones and mobile units have there.
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