Citing inconsistent data from nonprofits, Third Frontier delays awarding $40 million
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Citing inconsistent data from nonprofits, Third Frontier delays awarding $40 million

Cleveland : OH : USA | Jun 22, 2012 at 4:24 PM PDT
Source: Crain's Cleveland Business
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June 22, 2012 The uncertainty continues for JumpStart Inc. and other nonprofits that receive money from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission's Entrepreneurial Signature Program. Voicing concerns about the way the nonprofits report data and a few other issues, the commission today voted unanimously... FULL ARTICLE AT Crain's Cleveland Business
 
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