The San Antonio Express-News reports on the U.S. Department of Labor's Workforce Innovations 2004 conference currently being held in its city. After commenting on remarks by the Texas Governor, the article cites Tom:
Business book author Tom Peters was another conference-opening keynote speaker. He told the conference that "we have a hell of a lot of work to do" to meet the challenges of training the work force of the 21st century. He cited a recent conference in Aspen, Colo., where he and former President Clinton were asked if the United States would still be the world's economic leader in 2104. Clinton said yes, but Peters said, "I'd put my money on China. ... The decisions the Chinese politburo will make will be more important in the United States than the ones (Federal Reserve Chairman) Alan Greenspan makes."