Pacific Technology Venture Fund may have "already put nearly $10 million into Japanese and American companies," but not under the direction of Lore Harp, as is implied in your article. Those funds were invested under the direction of Frank Kline, who is now with Drexel Burnham Lambert.

When Mr. Harp was ousted from Vector Graphic by the venture capital backers, she, in turn, ousted Mr. Kline. This move gives credence to the observation that if you were unemployed in the mid-1970s, you called yourself a consultant. In the mid-1980s, you call yourself a venture capitalist.