Bloomberg – New York Knicks All-Star Carmelo Anthony formed a fund to invest in technology startups. Anthony, who wears jersey No. 7, founded M7 Tech Partners with Stuart Goldfarb, a former executive vice president of worldwide business development at NBC, Goldfarb said in a telephone interview.
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