Venture investments rise to largest quarter since dot-com boom

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Venture capitalists in the United States posted their strongest quarter of investing since the end of the dot-com boom in 2000, with $27 billion distributed to startups in the third quarter. Big deals fueled quarterly activity as a record 55 ...

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