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Cheap Laptop Technology to Be Offered for Profit

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Cheap Laptop Technology to Be Offered for Profit

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Cheap Laptop Technology to Be Offered for Profit

Cheap Laptop Technology to Be Offered for Profit

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One of the top executives of the One Laptop Per Child project, a nonprofit that has created an inexpensive laptop for children in the Third World, has left to form a for-profit company that will market some of the technologies she developed.

Mary Lou Jepsen talks about her business project with Andrea Seabrook.

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