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Here's How One Silicon Valley Titan Is Combining Entrepreneurship With Social Good

Silicon Valley's reputation is a mixed bag. On one hand, it's regarded as an international magnet for the most brilliant and innovative young folks to come up with game-changing ideas that transform the world of technology and engineering. On the other, Silicon Valley is often seen as a place where predatory profit-seekers practice capitalism without limits, with little concern for anything but their paychecks -- as humorously exemplified by the HBO series of the same name.
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