The Economy Summit was a must attend event for those engaged in priming the country, and all of its citizens, for future prosperity.
Bringing her Nov 2011 cover story to life, Kate Bolick joined The Atlantic's Hanna Rosin and Garance Franke-Ruta in conversation on February 9.
The Atlantic and National Journal are hosting the 10th annual State of the Union Congressional Debrief on January 25th. Join the political and media elite in a discussion of the address and how it will impact the 2012 elections.
The Atlantic, with sister title National Journal, will present a return to tradition in 2012 with the revival of the Library of Congress Reception, a vibrant social evening for policymakers and business leaders alike.
Join us in Manchester, New Hampshire, for a briefing underwritten by Allstate, as we examine these major economic policy issues that are likely to frame the 2012 presidential election.
On December 15, 2011, The Atlantic partnered with National Journal to host a briefing on the latest Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll.
The Atlantic is pleased to present its second annual Women of Washington Event Series, showcasing a series of four powerful and focused one-on-one conversations with eminent women leaders in Washington, DC.
The Atlantic will host a one-day forum in Washington, D.C., on December 7th to explore the role that high-growth businesses play as our economy recovers. The event will feature panel discussions, keynote speeches, and case studies demonstrating the power of high-growth business in fueling the economy.
Join The Atlantic in Washington, D.C. for the inaugural live Brave Thinkers event, featuring a conversation between Atlantic Editor James Bennet and Walter Isaacson, author of the landmark biography detailing the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
The Atlantic's fourth-annual Green Intelligence Forum: Creating the Sustainable City of the Future will feature two days of dynamic conversation on the issues at the forefront of sustainable thought.
The Atlantic invites you to join us on November 10th as we convene a panel of top experts for solutions-oriented conversation on the necessary actions of the public and private sectors to nurture new ideas and educate the American worker for the 21st century.
New in 2011, The Atlantic is partnering with the University of California, San Diego to host three days of dynamic conversations on the future at the stunning Scripps Seaside Forum in La Jolla, California.
Join The Atlantic for a discussion about the challenges of feeding our global population while decreasing the environmental footprint of food production.
Please join The Atlantic for a discussion about the current state of individual investor confidence in capital markets.
Presented by The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute, the Washington Ideas Forum is a groundbreaking gathering of newsmakers, industry innovators, and leading journalists for two days of debate, conversation, and idea-sharing.
Please join the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship and The Atlantic for an evening of conversation with AOL co-founder Steve Case and Atlantic editor Amanda Ripley discussing “Entrepreneurship, Education and the Economy.”
Join AtlanticLIVE's Editor-in-Chief Steve Clemons on Monday 7/25 for a conversation with California Governor Jerry Brown and others on local renewable energy resources.
The New Work Era Summit featured one-on-one interviews and keynote speeches with leading corporate, government, and non-profit stakeholders on this issue, followed by a lunch. The takeaway: job creation strategy idea sharing amongst a broad audience of experts.
Now for the seventh consecutive year, The Atlantic and The Aspen Institute have collaborated to produce the Aspen Ideas Festival - a week-long celebration of brave thinking, new voices, and forward-looking dialogue.
Senators John Kerry (D-MA) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), co-sponsors of the bi-partisan "Build Act," convened for a conference on what an infrastructure bank would mean for America, how the bank would work, and why they believe such an institution would create jobs and help American business and labor.