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April 23, 2014 2:03 PM

Dallas firm donates $2.3M software to WSU Koch center

Allegro Development, a Dallas-based firm that helps companies trade and track commodities, has donated a software package valued at $2.3 million to Wichita State University's new Koch Global Trading Center.

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