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Rocket Lab backer Vinod Khosla among tech titans spending the most to beat Donald Trump

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 28 October 2020
Rocket Lab backer Vinod Khosla among tech titans spending the most to beat Donald TrumpRocket Lab investor Vinod Khosla has made Recode's list of the 15 tech moguls who have donated the most to efforts to defeat US President Donald Trump and his allies.The publication says the billionaire Silicon Valley venture capitalist...
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