Analysis: 142 startups, including 78 from the US and 22 from China, became unicorns in 2019, down from 158 in 2018; unicorns raised $85.1B vs. $139B in 2018 (GenTITELTITELTITELTITELeacute; Teare/Crunchbase News)

Gené Teare / Crunchbase News:
Analysis: 142 startups, including 78 from the US and 22 from China, became unicorns in 2019, down from 158 in 2018; unicorns raised $85.1B vs. $139B in 2018  —  In 2019, unicorns were far from mythical and Crunchbase followed them every step of the way.  This year (as of Dec. 25, 2019) …

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