Tech entrepreneurs encouraged to give more to charity

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Tech entrepreneurs encouraged to give more to charity

London's tech entrepreneurs are being encouraged to follow in the footsteps of their US counterparts by giving more money to charity.

They're being asked to commit 2 percent of their personal proceeds when they sell their firm.

The initiative was thought up by Founders Pledge, an organisation set up to drive tech philanthropy in the UK.

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