Students use donated money to make real investments in startup companies.
Story by Erik Potter
Published Oct. 3, 2014
People make predictions all the time, but they tend to remember only the ones they got right. Kansas City-based Knoda helps keep score. The website and smartphone app lets people make their predictions public and track their results.
The students managing the Trulaske College of Business’ Allen Angel Capital Education Fund are predicting — to the tune of $50,000 — it will be a hit.