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November 8th, 2004

Blow for tech as iMedd bails

Abstract:
Carl Grove is happy to be back in California, despite having lost money when moving his company from San Francisco to Columbus and now back again.

Grove left after nearly five years in Columbus, where he was lured by the promise of Ohio State University's MicroMD laboratory on Kinnear Road. IMedd was the first high-profile tenant at MicroMD, but last week Grove pulled the plug, saying he was disappointed by the lab and Columbus' inability to attract venture capital.

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