Wing Venture Partners, a new group dedicated to cloud, mobile and data startups, just disclosed that it’s got some additional money to dole out.
Yahoo Japan is about to know a lot more about you.
“There is no restricted zone for us, and our top priority is to cater for the needs of micro and small enterprises” said Peng Lei, CEO of Alibaba Finance, last week.
Helsinki-based Scoopshot announced today that it has raised $3.9 million in a Series A round of funding to continue growing its crowdsourced photography business globally.
The startup community is buzzing with funding news.
Eighty-five percent of who you are is developed by the age of five. Early education is critical the way a child’s brain develops, and Kidaptive has raised $10.1 million to make sure that it develops right.
You could be harboring the talent of Annie Leibovitz or the creative prowess of Francis Ford Coppola and not even know it. CreativeLive has scooped up $21.5 million to unleash the artist within you.
OneSpot has raised $5.3 million to help grow its ad targeting platform, the company announced today.
The investment in mobile gaming firm from Pinnacle Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz shows growing momentum for the category.
This pitch VentureBeat received today easily takes the cake. Or as the case may be, the chocolate covered Jesus:
The textbook rental site’s stock fell to $9.82 a share, at the time of publishing, but board member Paul Holland is optimistic that the stock will ultimately go up.
IBM just snapped up another company — its eighth in 18 months — to replace its poorly regarded mobile device management offering.
Selligy, a customer relationship management app for iPhone, aims to make salespeople more effective by automating much of the sales process. And Salesforce.com, the CRM giant, appears to like it.
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Ruzzle has gotten 45M users over the past 18 months.
Berlin-based task management service 6Wunderkinder today announced a $19m Series B funding round led by US-based firm Sequoia Capital. Existing investors Atomico and Earlybird Ventures also contributed to the round.
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As the number of connected devices continues to climb, someone needs to create ways for all of them to talk to each other. And that someone is SmartThings.
Gamevil’s partnering with developers from Finland, Ukraine, and Columbia.
FoundationDB thinks you don’t need to sacrifice consistency to achieve scalability.
Bill.com, a payment and invoicing service startup, has raised a fresh $38 million round of funding, the company announced today.
The SEC may be closed for Veteran’s Day, but startups are still churning out their funding announcements.
Photo-sharing apps tend to go one of two ways — they gain millions upon millions of users and soar past billion dollar valuations, or they die quiet deaths. Which will Shuttersong be?
Vox Media acquired three popular digital media brands — Curbed, Eater, and Racked — doubling the number of media properties under its umbrella. Fortune estimates the deal at around $20-30 million.
Cloud storage startup Bitcasa has closed a new $11 million round of funding, the company announced today.
Apparently, Australia is the place to bootstrap a crowdsourced design service. The country was home base for DesignCrowd and 99designs, two online marketplaces for graphic designers. But both companies have global ambitions.
A lot of people love fresh, locally grown food. And a lot of those folks are also too lazy to go to the farmer’s market. Good Eggs is a service for those people — and beginning today, they’ll have even more choices.
Wallets and waistlines, watch out. The biggest online food delivery service may be going public.
Today was really Twitter’s day.
Thanks a successful IPO opening day, Twitter now has a warchest of $1.8 billion. And according to some analysts, a lot of opportunity to spend it.
The birds were chirping outside the New York Stock Exchange this morning, clearly aware of the second biggest Internet IPO in history. This intrepid reporter ventured downtown to bring you an inside look at the Twitter IPO.
Twitter is now officially number two on the list of the top 10 internet initial public offerings of all time. While well behind Facebook, which raised over $16 billion, Twitter beat out Google, which raised only $1.7 billion in its IPO, and Yandex, the Russian search engine.
Twitter is now officially trading live on the NYSE — and the value of the company has almost doubled immediately.
Just in September, Twitter acquired the last piece of the puzzle it needed before going public: a digital ad exchange. Twitter bought MoPub for a reported price of $350 million in stock.
“Make it so.”
Silverton Partners has closed $75 million for a new investment fund that will target startups in Austin, Texas, the firm announced today.
Coresystems powers mobile technology that helps enterprise organizations to manage their field operations. It makes important business information available to sales and service reps when they are on site and helps make operations more efficient.
Did someone say ”acqui-hire?”
Artist-focused social network deviantART has raised a fresh $10 million round of funding, according to an SEC document filed today.
Gain Fitness has raised $2.14 million to tighten and tone your body using its library of fitness apps. Its apps surpassed 1 million downloads and the company has some interesting new products and partnerships in the works.