Summary List PlacementBefore a recent group business dinner for startup founders in New York City, Anand Sanwal told his wife he wouldn't shake people's hands. But then at the dinner, people outstretched their hands, Sanwal said, and "like a sheep" he shook. The handshake is back in startup and venture capital circles after it took a hiatus during the pandemic as a safety precaution. But as more people get vaccinated against COVID-19, it's creeping back into people's routines, insiders say.
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