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Over the past three years, 182 corporate venture funds were launched, bringing the total number to roughly 900, said Patty Burke of the Bell Mason Group consultancy during a presentation at the Corporate Venturing & Innovation Partnering Conference
Corporate venture-capital investors are again flocking to Silicon Valley, driven by the hope of finding innovative new technology and the fear of missing out on the next big thing. Companies from Citigroup Inc. to Comcast Corp., American Express Co.
Cambridge Internet start-up that had a problem: 97 percent of visitors to its website weren't ordering anything...Google Inc., whose Cambridge office is nearby in Kendall Square, helped redesign CustomMade.com so that wherever someone clicks, they
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With Wall Street and Main Street slavering for tech investments, corporate chiefs launched seed funds to boost their bottom lines and scope possible acquisitions. Then the market crashed, and most corporate venture capital went with it -- until now.