Dan Primack Feb 9, 2017
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San Francisco tech investor supports Trump on China

Vector Capital this week announced that it has raised $1.4 billion for its fifth fund, which will continue the San Francisco-based private equity firm's focus on buying challenged technology companies (a.k.a. "special situations"). Firm founder and chief investment officer Alex Slusky spoke via phone with Axios, during which he shared some rare Silicon Valley praise for President Trump:

On Trump's China talk

"A trade war with China is not in anyone's interest, but the U.S. government being forceful with China about opening its markets to U.S. technology companies would be welcome and overdue. China is the black hole for most of our software and tech companies…