Nimble Storage, which makes a flash-optimized hybrid storage platform, just made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange — and market sentiment is hugely positive.
The fund’s money will be used on an aggressive marketing strategy, opening a network of showrooms in Moscow and other big Russian cities, and changing its IT infrastructure and its website to make it more user-friendly.
Here are the startups that attracted a little investor sugar today.
We’ve seen plenty of gadgets try to make our cars smarter, but investors have apparently taken a liking to newcomer Zubie.
TrueCar has raised $30 million to make the process a little less stressful. The company claims to have “changed car buying forever” with its site that generates price estimates for buyers, so they go into the dealer knowing how much to pay.
The company, which connects caregivers with people who need care, aims to raise $80 million in its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange.
Bitcoin is getting yet another big vote of confidence today: lots and lots of investor money.
Shopify aims to be a titan of commerce both on and off the web.
American Efficient wants to help everyone in the U.S. switch to renewable power suppliers and products through its energy-efficient-focused marketplaces.
Snapchat has officially raised $50 million in its third round of funding, according to a Snapchat spokesperson who confirmed the funding with VentureBeat, saying Coatue Managment is the newest investor.
Email is a messy platform for getting deals done. ToutApp has come up with tools to make it consume less of salespeople’s time, and new funding could help them become more pervasive.
New money for Palantir should come in handy as the company keeps moving away from government agencies for its revenue and relies more on private-sector companies.
Google Ventures, along with Sparklabs Global Ventures, has helped drop $1.2 million into The Orange Chef, a San Francisco-based smart kitchen company that wants to connect basic kitchen devices to the Internet.
Nival will use the cash to fund global expansion of its games.
Square has acquired Evenly, an app that makes it easy to share expenses with your friends.
Pixalate aims to solve many of the biggest challenges facing digital advertisers, and has raised $4.6 million to do so.
Back end web video service Ooyala added a fresh $43 million round of funding to its piggy bank today.
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Networking startup Viptela has raised $33 million from Sequoia Capital, according to a report from AllThingsD. The goals of the young company stand out in a market filled with startups and heavyweights.
Sometimes, the best way to attract new customers is by tapping into your existing ones.
Apple wants to see its devices everywhere: in Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, even schools. JAMF Software helps make that happen.
Simulmedia, a video ad startup, has closed its fourth round of funding at $25 million, the company announced today.
PaeDae makes a push to become a broader mobile advertising platform.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is apparently watching popular simple image sharing startup Imgur closely, and she may even be trying to acquire it, according to a Business Insider post that cites an anonymous source.
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Flipboard has confirmed with VentureBeat that it is indeed raising another $50 million as the second half of its third round of funding, which it plans to file tomorrow.
That’s a big bet on a nascent market.
Practice Fusion, a health care technology startup, has closed another $15 million in funding, the company announced today.
ObserveIT lets you know who did what, when. The startup compares its software to security cameras, watching everyone who accesses your servers.
Sckipio provides chips that lets internet service providers provide fast broadband over the last mile to the home.
Confirming a report from over the weekend, Verizon announced today that it’s planning to snap up Edgecast, a content delivery network firm that powers the likes of LinkedIn, Pinterest, and WordPress.
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Opscode morphs into Chef and takes on more funding amid a lively competition for helping code roll out more frequently across thousands of servers.
Vendor lock-in is a major concern for enterprises, which may want to migrate from SAP to Oracle or use several software solutions simultaneously.
Say what you will about Snapchat’s usefulness — you can’t deny the company excels at attracting money.
The tech-savvy home cleaning service has raised $38 million so you never have to sweep a floor again, if you don’t want to.
Best known for its insightful reports on company cultures, Glassdoor announced today that it has raised an additional $50 million to accelerate its global expansion for job seekers.
Health care providers are laden with antiquated technological infrastructures and are afraid to bring them online for fear of violating HIPAA or other industry regulatory requirements. While there’s reason to tread carefully, with old tech comes new opportunity.
You may not have heard of Sketchfab, but “YouTube for 3D design” certainly has a nice ring to it.
And now the moment you’ve been anticipating since the last glorious time it came out (which was yesterday), today’s roundup of funding and investment news!