- President Biden will meet Tim Cook, Andy Jassy, and Satya Nadella on Wednesday, per Bloomberg.
- The CEOs – of Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft – will discuss cybersecurity, sources told Bloomberg.
- The CEOs of Google, JPMorgan Chase, and IBM are also invited, a senior official told Bloomberg.
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The CEOs of three of the world’s biggest tech companies are set to meet with President Joe Biden at the White House to discuss cybersecurity, Bloomberg first reported on Monday.
A source with knowledge of the matter also told Reuters that Jassy would attend.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, and Southern Company CEO Thomas Fanning have also been invited, a senior official familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Insider contacted Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and IBM for comment, but did not immediately hear back.
JPMorgan Chase declined to comment to Insider.
It’s unclear what exactly the tech leaders will talk about with Biden on Wednesday, Bloomberg reported. The executives may discuss how software can improve cybersecurity in the tech industry, the senior official told Bloomberg.