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U.S. History Topics » Business & Work » Entrepreneurship

Venture Capital Meets Hi-Tech

looks at high-tech start-up businesses and investors who have supported them. Learn how individuals have gone about starting up high-tech businesses and funding them. Find out about policy decisions that have encouraged -- or discouraged -- venture capital investment. (Department of State)

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Interesting Fact:

Back in 1959, the National Broadcasting Company, an American television network, aired a new series. Entitled Bonanza, the hour-long Western represented a technological innovation -- it was the first series broadcast in color.
© Jupiter Images: Many a child's first experience with capital markets: a lemonade stand, venture capital courtesy of Mom and Dad.

Capital markets


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