Microsoft Co-Founder Pledges At Least $100M For West African Ebola Efforts

News outlets report on Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s pledge of at least $100 million for Ebola efforts in West Africa.

CNBC: Paul Allen pledges $100 million to fight Ebola (Mangan, 10/23).
Fortune: The tech exec who’s trying to destroy Ebola (Snyder, 10/23).
Los Angeles Times: Billionaire Paul Allen pledges at least $100 million to fight Ebola (La Ganga, 10/23).
Seattle Times: Billionaire Paul Allen pledges $100 million in Ebola fight (Welch, 10/23).
USA Today: Microsoft co-founder Allen to give $100M to fight Ebola (Molina, 10/23).

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