Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.
Healthline Media gets $95M from Summit Partners, breaks away from Healthline Networks
Healthline Media, a company providing users with health, well-being, and fitness information, announced today that it took in a $95 million funding round from Summit Partners. The company also announced that Healthline Media will now function as an independent company; it previously fell under the Healthline Networks umbrella, run by former Yahoo executive David Kopp.
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AirCloset announced today that it has fundraised slightly less than 1 billion yen (about $8 million) from several companies. Participating investors in this round include Jafco, Nakazono Holdings (operator of the White Kyubin laundry shop chain), Saison Ventures (investment arm of credit card company Credit Saison), and Terrada Warehouse. With funding from such major companies, AirCloset will strengthen its structure by securing its financial base and maximizing business synergies between the warehouse management and laundry service businesses.
Mambu closes latest round with $8.7M in its pocket
German banking tool Mambu announced today that it closed an $8.7 million (€8 million) investment led by Action Capital Partners. The Berlin-based SaaS startup has raised at least $10.62 million since its first funding round in 2011. CommerzVentures also participated.
This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.