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Tech Start-Ups Turn To Bank Debt Venture Capital Backs Off

Tech Start-Ups Turn To Bank Debt as VCs cool

It seems venture capital investors are finally starting to come to their senses after investing nearly $80 billion into start-ups last year. The venture capital funding boom, which created a host of tech unicorns (start-ups with a valuation of $1 billion more) has attracted plenty of critics as businesses with models that would have been laughed out of the room several years ago have been able to attract millions from venture capital investors . . .

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