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Beyoncé is the tech industry's newest celebrity investor

Silicon Valley has some new royalty. Beyoncé just pumped $150,000 into a concert merchandise and line-cutting app called Sidestep by way of her Parkwood Entertainment management company, according to TechCrunch. SEE ALSO: Dream university offers entire course on Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' The startup first caught the singer's eye when it started peddling t-shirts and posters for her Formation World Tour earlier this year.
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