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How this tech startup CEO turned a profanity-laced email into $23M in funding

SAN FRANCISCO — For most entrepreneurs, the path to getting funded involves crafting a business plan and cajoling investors into forking over enough capital to build and sell your product. But one entrepreneur found he could only qualify for funding if he'd already been rejected — and his reaction backfired, to the tune of $23 million. "There was a certain grant we were going after, but
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