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Let's bring it back to the Milken Institute global conference here in Beverly Hills, California a -- that study has recently found.
That new startups are -- -- is this is crawling by the way with entrepreneurs were dying to hear from the smartest brightest in this respect.
What business creator is looking to revolutionize the start up landscape so for all you would be entrepreneurs out there who have that business idea in your mind.
Listen to my next guest Steve case is the co-founder of America Online.
Which became the world's largest Internet company under his leadership is currently serving as chairman and CEO.
Of revolution and you've done a lot of work with the administration as well helping small businesses find their way -- you just want a panel called stealing American entrepreneurship.
We need to do it.
We need to recognize as -- -- built America restoring America not just about the patriots the gulf of democracy but also the -- through the -- the economy that's why we have the leading economy in the world it's the envy of the world.
But we're also seeing offers a global life -- other countries are figured out the secret -- powers the American.
Success story is entrepreneurship and getting people focus on that and double down on hot Summers and really critical points.
One thing standing in business creators -- right now.
The last you to focus most on this jump start a business startups that congress passed an overwhelming bipartisan sport to get back to -- -- well -- And it gets off to a good start it's still what can be done the FCC up -- the rules on proper funding for example.
But it does make it easier for -- you have an idea wherever they are in the country not just another Silicon Valley or Boston or New York.
Anywhere in the country and its -- capital left import now the real focus on immigration got to -- the global battle for now that's the most important issue.
I think got facing the nation now and there is now bipartisan support building the past not as high skilled immigration but -- that as part of a comprehensive immigration.
Again it made the senate -- cup which took him -- -- -- we could very thoughtful proposals.
Hopefully that can get through the senate next couple months and then now to get through the house and -- We'll get comprehensive immigration reform passed in a way that -- picture we are able to attract the best and brightest our country.
The start companies here hesitant opposed to going back to their their nations -- having to stay in other nations start and competitive content companies there that that don't really position Austin remain the most talked donation -- Completely agree with you but I'm gonna say something that some people might consider politically incorrect but.
People are talking about it.
The two Boston Marathon bombers were immigrants and they came in on political asylum issues that -- -- You know people are talking about this but do you think it's set.
Immigration reform back because everybody's talking now about how these guys were on welfare but there's some -- there's information.
But it sure is impressive isn't it.
It is rising and it's tragic and obviously what happened blossoms and it is terrible but I don't think it's sending it back there I think the momentum is still strong and people recognize there is -- to people.
That caused that problem but the store in America really historic -- Communist nation trying to find -- a better world a better life prayed outside a brighter future for the family and for their community even.
40% of our fortune 500 companies today were started by immigrant entrepreneurs -- not just another.
I'll shoot the biggest job creators of Yahoo! and Google all started by immigrants who found a way to be able to say do we not then.
Try and ads focus on something like that that as a yes obviously let's get to what's happening right now in technology what do you find.
The most exciting tech company out there right now.
Why they put too exciting -- -- sort of watching the second Internet revolution the last forty fighters we started there well 1985.
Only 3% of people online literally am on about an hour weeks of the idea of the Internet really was what we had taken hold now what happens obviously it's part of everyday life.
But the next -- the next Internet revolution.
Not so much about who's pretty Internet companies but using the Internet to disrupt and improve the way we deliver education when we deliver health -- the way the government can't provide different.
Different services how we provide different ways to acts as energy and transportation.
But here's a flurry of activity now happening and those industry that is meant to represent perhaps our economy.
So we can -- that the nation that really is the innovator around -- attack or some of these other sectors that are -- its position us for a very poignant.
I copy of the next couple of -- if we don't get it right we don't have our policies.
Ritter -- talents such as immigration or chapel -- or regulation right other nations are moving very aggressively to try to steal the lead we've got.
And try to take away that position being the most -- her.
If you finish up AOL was was successful because of what what happens.
PC revolution that now PCs are selling as well to think the PC eventually -- Healthy diet but I think there today at all these things take on different different forms and things like tablets Smartphones that not surprise me that there's an emergency now.
These new class of devices I have more of an app economy this is what innovators do not heard divorcing -- -- of possibilities to propel our nation forward.
Steve case we thank you so much for joining us here the bill -- conference have a good time.
Steve case -- -- -- -- revolution chairman and CEO coming.
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