Investing to Make a Difference Is Gaining Ground


nytimes.com |Published SEPT. 5, 2014

by By PAUL SULLIVAN

If there is a traditional path to becoming an impact investor, it is the one taken by David Keller, who made a lot of money at a young age and retired from Cisco Systems in his 40s in 2002.

Mr. Keller got the idea of starting a family foundation and wondered if he could do more good by putting some of the foundation’s money in investments that would have a positive social impact.

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