Wall Street is playing second fiddle in finding innovative “new space” ventures, as startup space companies draw investors along with technology from California’s Silicon Valley. Representatives of three new companies making money (or at least positioning themselves to do so) told a July 17 Washington, D.C., symposium sponsored by the Future Space Leaders Foundation that once they have something to pitch, the best place to start looking for venture capital is on Menlo ...

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