A pair of 28-year-old former investment bankers are taking on venture capital's diversity problem with $40 million and a new kind of venture firm
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Henri Pierre-Jacques and Jarrid Tingle started Harlem Capital Partners out of Tingle's living room in New York City in December 2015.

The fund was initially operating more like a private-equity firm, which Pierre-Jacques and Tingle both had experience in, but they quickly tuned in to the venture side of things and began fundraising during summer 2018 while at Harvard Business School.

The firm focuses primarily on backing women- and minority-founded startups, the two 28-year-old men told Business...

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