President Obama has tapped a prominent Silicon Valley executive and critic of the White House's $787 billion stimulus plan to serve on his newly-created advisory council tasked with helping him bolster a sluggish U.S economy, National Journal reported.
The appointment of Paul Otellini, the president and CEO of Intel, to the President's Council on Jobs and Competiveness comes ahead of Obama's visit today to the high-tech company's Hillsboro, Oregon campus for a tour of its semiconductor manufacturing facility.
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