Intel's announcement of its $125 million fund to support women and minority-led startups last week was invigorating news to many who are vying for the few venture dollars that arrive in the pockets of women and minorities.
It's good timing, and it comes on the heels of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's new regulations under RegA+ which just might be a new avenue for much needed capital for the same group of entrepreneurs.
Of the $48 billion invested by venture capitalists in 2014, only 7 percent went to women-led companies. That paucity is in spite of research by the Kauffman...
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