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February 26, 2018
WASHINGTON—In advance of the U.S. Supreme Court hearing oral arguments this week in United States v. Microsoft Corp. regarding whether U.S.
February 20, 2018
WASHINGTON—Contrary to the alarms raised by a host of pundits, the next wave of technological innovation will not trigger mass unemployment.
February 12, 2018
WASHINGTON—The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), the world’s top-ranked think tank for science and technology policy, today released the following statement from David Hart,
February 12, 2018
WASHINGTON—The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), the world’s top science and tech policy think tank, today issued the following statement about the Trump administration
February 12, 2018
WASHINGTON—Life-sciences companies—especially pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies—have been steadily increasing their U.S.


News Clips

April 10, 2018
“This is a promising signal that there can be a path forward to address (America’s) concerns without a full-on trade war emerging,” ITIF’s Stephen Ezell told the Associated Press.
April 8, 2018
"China uses mercantile practices and the Trump administration is right to contest those actions, but there are many reasons the tariff approach is not the right one," ITIF’s Stephen Ezell told the Agence France-Presse. With tariffs, he said, "US consumers and businesses will pay more in the long term. We need to take on China but we shouldn't be penalizing ourselves in the process."
April 7, 2018
In a conversation with CNNMoney, ITIF President Rob Atkinson argues that big business is the driving engine of the American economy, creating more jobs, paying better wages, and — by some metrics — complying better with environmental and workplace laws.
April 5, 2018
“Trump’s actions do represent a watershed moment. They are clearly meant to show the administration believes the status quo is no longer acceptable or sustainable,” ITIF’s Stephen Ezell told MarketWatch. “Unless we can demonstrate that we are resolute, we won’t be able to wrest any changes from China.”
April 4, 2018
Reuters notes an ITIF submission to the U.S. government during the tariff investigation showing that 10 percent duties levied on Chinese ICT imports would slow the growth of U.S. output by $163 billion over the next 10 years.