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VC funding hits 2 year low, drops 18% to $14.4 billion in North America as unicorns retreat

At long last, venture capital’s long-awaited return to normalcy appears to be happening. VC funding for the third quarter of 2016 slid for nearly every key metric: a smaller number deals, less total funding, fewer +$100 million mega-rounds, and just 8 unicorns created. And that was globally. For North America, generally, and California, specifically, venture activity was subdued compare
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