About Utah: Giving kids the green light to be themselves

SALT LAKE CITY As entrepreneurial success stories go, they don’t come much bigger than Bryan Johnson’s. To begin with, the cellphone company he started while he was an undergraduate paid his way through BYU, where he graduated in 2003. Then, after he moved on to graduate school at the University of Chicago, he developed an online bill-paying company called Braintree, launching it the year he graduated in 2007. By 2013, a mere six years later, PayPal bought Braintree for $800 million. Since then, the Utah County native Bryan was born in Provo and raised in Springville has invested $100 million each in two more startups. One is The OS Fund,… Read More

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