SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 6- Venture capitalists poured $15 billion into startups in the third quarter, putting this year on pace to be the third largest ever for investment activity, according to a report released on Thursday. So far this year, venture-backed companies have raised $56 billion across nearly 6,000 funding deals, according to a report from venture...
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