Am I alone in thinking that what is going on at the Kauffman Foundation is extremely odd? According to a current article in Forbes Magazine,the foundation is redirecting its philanthropic resources to support of venture capital start-ups. Equally odd, in my view, is the Forbes article itself, which focuses on the power struggle and Schramm’s supposed quest for “efficiency,” rather than on the appropriate use of philanthropic resources.
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