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Venture funding, exits, continued to drop in Q3

SILICON VALLEY — Despite huge new venture funds being raised, VC activity in the third quarter continues to decline. There was nearly $15 billion invested in 1,810 deals between July and September, according to a report published today from PitchBook Data and the National Venture Capital Association. That's about a 29 percent drop in both dollars invested in startups and in the number of deals done, compared to last year's third quarter.
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