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The VC firm behind Facebook, LinkedIn, and Workday just raised $1 billion for its newest fund

When Greylock raised $1 billion for its 14th fund in 2014, the company said it was going to focus on two areas: enterprise cloud and mobile. Two years later, the tech landscape has changed, and the legendary Silicon Valley VC firm has raised another $1 billion for its 15th fund to invest in the new future of emerging technologies. "Some of these spaces are more mature now," Greylock partner James Slavet told Business Insider.
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