Jamen Shively hopes to build an international marijuana empire. He also risks getting himself indicted.
The purchase expands the company's range of services and and geographic territory.
The health-care information company says the money will be used to add staff and technology infrastructure, and expand sales and marketing efforts.
President Barack Obama says a deal would be "a priority of mine" and that he was "confident we can get it done."
Steady job growth, low mortgage rates, rising home prices and tight supplies of homes for sale have supported a recovery in housing this year.
Financial markets have been gyrating in the 3½ weeks since he told Congress the Fed might scale back its effort to keep long-term rates at record lows.
The company says the most common requests came from police investigating robberies and other crimes, searching for missing children, trying to locate a patient with Alzheimer's, or hoping to prevent a suicide.
On the sidelines and over dinner, it's expected that the discussions will broaden to include the election results in Iran and data protection, following revelations about a U.S. counterterror surveillance program.
A clash between a motorist and a cyclist that moved online results in a loss of corporate sponsors.