Samsung Electronics elaborated Monday on its Silicon Valley plans, revealing it will start a $100 million venture capital fund that will invest in early-stage startups with an emphasis on mobility, mobile privacy, computing and cybersecurity. Samsung President Young Sohn also announced that the Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center in Menlo Park, Calif., has been running since August.
Samsung starts $100 million venture fund in Silicon Valley push
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