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The government said Friday that the economy created more jobs than expected over the past two years but former President Bill Clinton speaking at the sixteenth annual rainbow push Wall Street project.
Economic summit Thursday.
Still has concerns.
If this inequality continues.
In incomes and access to capital everything you're talking about.
-- what could happen that we could have enough growth to raise interest rates again.
We could have political standoff in Washington and cut what is always easiest to cut.
We gave you the technical sounding phrase it's the non defense discretionary.
-- -- values -- education pre school.
Loans to help kids in minority neighborhoods become engineers and scientists.
At a college Thursday evening honoring Motown records founder Berry Gordy.
The event's founder reverend Jesse Jackson agreed.
Yeah golf lesson that people work and educate them believe them England on the lower vegetation isn't cheap and calls for it and it must thought prenatal -- His thought then digs -- on the front side not just look at level on the back side.
High profile business leaders shared their stories.
We live in a place where it's limitless opportunity for all of us we can dream big dream we can dream to be president of the United States.
And -- that anyone can do that anyone can go into business to do so many other things so.
It's a responsibility.
Of my generation and those who came before and after means to make sure that we open up the doors of -- All we used to move from one cropped would not having any stability to get a good solid educations -- just head.
I had it do it based on my -- in this -- that make as Latino creativity don't tell me.
That you can't be within that you want to -- -- -- wanna be an annual online and net Fox Business.