The Stanford University-backed fund will halt new investments from July, seemingly as the accelerator reaches financial stability but in the midst of a legal battle.

It appears that 2019 is going to be a much more tumultuous ride than last year – after all, it is not every day that the university venturing ecosystem loses one of its most influential investors. Stanford-StartX Fund, the investment vehicle operated by Stanford University’s affiliate accelerator and backed by the institution, announced on Friday…

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