The path of a tech billionaire is a lonely road . . . But still not as desperate as the miserable existence of a broke-ass coder. And so, here's local big biz working to build community or at least placate all of the angry souls in this town still pounding away keyboards in search of Internets riches.
H&R Block filed its intentions Thursday to contribute $6.5 million over the next five years to support neighborhood revitalization and the success of small businesses nationally - with $3.5 million slated specifically for Kansas City.