One of Neil Woodford's main holdings, Benevolent AI, is set to see its valuation halve on the back of investment from a Singapore wealth fund far lower than its $2bn (£1.6bn) valuation.
Tech firm Benevolent AI, which is headed up by former Government minister and former Facebook executive Joanna Shields and has already signed deals with pharamceutical giants Astra Zeneca and Novartis,...
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