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New nonprofit fund will invest in startups

8:58 AM, Jul. 10, 2013
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MILWAUKEE (AP) - Eight investors are forming a new nonprofit foundation aimed at helping startup businesses across Wisconsin.

BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation will invest donors' money in high-growth, technology-based startup companies. Angel investor Tom Shannon says he and seven other founding donors have pledged at least $500,000 each to seed the foundation. They hope to raise at least $60 million over the next three years.

BrightStar will seek tax-deductible ...

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