Silicon Valley Bank's fall shows how tech can push a financial panic into hyperdrive

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A pedestrian speaks on a mobile telephone as he walks past Silicon Valley Bank’s headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif., on Friday after a run on deposits made it no longer tenable for the bank to stay afloat on its own. Noah Berger/AFP via Getty Images

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Say “bank run” and many people conjure black-and-white photos from the 1930s — throngs of angry depositors clamoring for their money. But the sudden collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank shows how

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