August Capital Partner Andy Rappaport's Presidential Pick

Kilcrease, April
February 2008
Red Herring;2/5/2008, p2
Trade Publication
An interview with August Capital partner Andy Rappaport is presented. When asked about his views on the action that the next U.S. president must do to benefit technology companies, he cites the need to produce a stable, educated and healthy work force. He talks about the possible things the next president could do that would harm the U.S. technology industry. He also cites John Edwards as his favorite candidate because of his position on the issues he supports, but he is also a supporter of Democratic candidate Barack Obama.


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