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Laurene Powell Jobs' Emerson Collective invests in cause-driven movie company

SILICON VALLEY — Laurene Powell Jobs has made a “substantial minority investment” in Anonymous Content, a television and movie production company that has focused on films intended to promote social change, Recode reported Friday. The investment came from Jobs’ Emerson Collective fund, which she founded following the death of husband Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple. The fund— an exampl
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