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Agency's entrepreneurship director seems to have caught the bug.
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With fingers crossed and funds in-hand, the tech-centric nonprofit forges ahead
Leadership shift was accomplished August 19, with Hagerty now chairman of TTDC
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News and notes from around Tennessee on science, technology, innovation and related policy.
Spring 2010 may go down in the annals of modern Tennessee history as a period of innovation breakthroughs
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For perhaps the next six months, the pace of development of Tennessee's emerging New Economy will be largely in the hands of elected officials
Warning TNInvestco's not enough, TTDC hopes to keep its mission alive, maybe by spinning-off new ventures
Tennessee Technology Development Corp. faces the proverbial 'Valley of Death' in its own funding, and looks to the Bredesen Administration for a liferope
Technology-enterprise advocate believes life-sciences sector cannot advance without stronger leadership
TTDC gets its second wind, releases funding for technology and commercialization grants, looks toward future
TBA is apparently regrouping, and still dealing with basic organizational and strategy issues as it confront a crisis of opportunity, because of the growing importance of the life sciences
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There may be fences to mend, but now it's time for the state's VCs to Cowboy Up and make a move
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The state's new private-equity director debuts and a VC panel gets the lowdown on controversial venture-funding proposal
Local Angel net and Mercury Labs shoulder high-profile assignments for the state's tech-driven economic development leader
Could new Angel tax credits, grant programs and quasi-debt facilities provide the critical mass of capital Tennessee needs?
Tennessee Technology Development Corporation has a great gameplan, but the clock is ticking for policymakers, VCs, scientists and entrepreneurs
TTDC presses ahead on numerous fronts, with a deadline looming just over the horizon, amid a rough economy, and political changes
TTDC lands prominent healthcare CEO, scientist and policy influential to help navigate the shores of business, academe and government
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Tennessee Technology Development Corporation continues to assemble its team to drive tech-centered economic development.
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