Google has formed Google Ventures, a $100 million venture capital fund that will invest in new technology companies in a broad range of industries, according to Google. Unlike some venture capital funds that specialize in a certain type of technology or a specific sector, Google Ventures will target many technologies, including clean technologies and healthcare, according to Rich Miner, co-manager of Google Ventures. Miner will manage Google Venture with Bill Maris.
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