Flagship Pioneering CEO on building the next Moderna

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    Flagship Pioneering, the firm that founded Moderna, has raised a new $2.4 billion fund to invest in biotech companies. Noubar Afeyan, founder and CEO of Flagship Pioneering and chairman of Moderna, joined “Squawk Box” on Monday to discuss.

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