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04/21/2014 09:45 am ET | Updated Apr 21, 2014

Jeb Bush’s Rush To Make Money May Be Hurdle - NYTimes.com

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As it sought to recruit well-heeled investors, an untested and unprofitable Miami company named InnoVida brought aboard a trusted Florida figure in 2007: Jeb Bush, the former governor and the brother of a sitting president.

For potential stockholders, the imprimatur of Mr. Bush, who joined InnoVida as a paid consultant and a member of the board of directors, conferred credibility on the young start-up.

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