How much would you donate to charity to have a private pitch meeting with your favorite venture capitalist?
Popular social petition service Change.org has raised $15 million in new funding -- cash that will help it further build up the "world's largest petition platform."
Leading corporate performance management (CPM) company Adaptive Planning has raised a massive $45 million in its fourth and final round of funding with a goal to further dominate the CPM space.
Web security firm AVG has already demonstrated its dedication to user privacy by adding Do Not Track to its software. Now it's doubling down on that by buying privacy firm PrivacyChoice.
ConsultingMD offers patients the opportunity to consult a leading medical expert for a second opinion -- and receive a detailed response in about 48 hours.
HasOffers, a Seattle-based provider of mobile advertising-tracking services, has raised a $9.4 million Series A led by Accel Partners.
Partners at Sequoia, Norwest Venture Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers discuss health industry trends and what they look for in potential investments.
Seems like every hopped-up investor and his mom threw money at some startup or other -- but don't worry, we had our police scanner set to "stun" and caught all the action for you.
Sensopia raises $1.2 million in funding to improve reality augmenting app MagicPlan and released a development kit to make it embeddable in other applications.
Website blocker Websense goes private after years of sluggish trading and PR problems over web censorship.
Not content with the research side, NanoString places a lot of emphasis on its technology's usefulness in clinical settings for present-day patient care. Unfortunately, one of the biggest risk factors for this IPO is the company's consistent losses.
Carrier billing doesn't have the hype of digital wallets or NFC, but it's still a pretty convenient way to tackle mobile payments.
While rumors have been swirling for days, Yahoo finally confirmed this morning that it has acquired popular blogging platform Tumblr for $1.1 billion.
Yahoo's board has reportedly approved a $1.1 billion, all-cash offer to acquire Tumblr, a rapidly-growing and very popular microblogging server.
Tumblr, which famously hates advertising and only started trying to make money after five years in existence, is in a bit of a pickle, as its $125 million in funding is running out, giving the service only a few-month window in which to raise a new round or find a sugar daddy.
Communication is important in any business and these investors spoke loud and clear giving millions to two companies.
Nevahold is a platform where people can 'crowd source' their social media accounts put more weight behind their customer service complaints.
Skyword has announced closing $6.7 million in growth financing for its content marketing solutions. This Boston-based startup provides agencies, brands, media, and retail customers with a platform to publish content and tools to distribute it effectively.
Better watch out, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Hot messaging app MessageMe has just raised $10 million in its first round of funding.
A year ago today, CEO Mark Zuckerberg "rang the bell" to open trading in one of the most hotly-anticipated initial public offerings in history as Facebook hit the stock market. And promptly went splat.