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Corporate VCs may be slowing their investment pace–VCJ

Corporate VCs put more money to work last year in the United States than they had in the previous 14. In Q1, they could be taking a breather, as their investment pace seems to be slowing, although the trend is masked by the giant SpaceX funding.

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