Private Eye: Michigan Prosperity Fund not a single blind pool, Blackford says


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Executives at Blackford Capital like to talk up their Michigan Prosperity Fund, which they have described as a $50 million buyout fund launched in 2012 and earmarked mainly for in-state investments. But the fund isn’t a blind pool in the conventional sense. ...

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