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DEFINITE READS Two Wharton Pals Take Same Road To Riches [Wall Street Journal] — Nat Turner of Invite Media and Jack Abraham of Milo. President’s House: Quite A Site [Brownstoner] — The impact the Independence Hall Association website had on the development on the new President’s House display in Old City. Portland, Ore., Invests in […]

DEFINITE READS

  • Two Wharton Pals Take Same Road To Riches [Wall Street Journal] — Nat Turner of Invite Media and Jack Abraham of Milo.
  • President’s House: Quite A Site [Brownstoner] — The impact the Independence Hall Association website had on the development on the new President’s House display in Old City.
  • Portland, Ore., Invests in Homegrown Software Community [Government Technology] — “The city has invested almost $600,000 as part of an initial attempt to nurture the local software community…Over the past year, Portland’s software industry has been on the rise. At least 10 companies have brought in $68 million of venture capital, said Baugh. Unlike years past, the companies decided to stay in Portland instead of taking the money and moving to nearby larger technology markets.”

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