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The former head of M&A at Twitter and Square is joining one of Silicon Valley's oldest VC firms

After two stints working with Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter and creator of Square, Rishi Garg is accustomed to working closely with tech founders who have big visions. Now Garg, who was Twitter's head of M&A until last year, will try to find the next crop of idealistic tech entrepreneurs in his new role as a venture capital investor. Garg is joining Mayfied, one of Silicon Valley's pioneering VC firms, where he will be the firm's 6th investing partner.
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