There was a lot of money placed today, not least on health-tech. Here's a quick round-up of funding stories for April 10.
Private company research firm Privco has ranked the top 20 merger and acquisitions of the top 20 technology VC firms of 2012, including Ancestry.com's $1.6 billion sale to private equity firm Permira and other top tech acquisitions such as Yammer, Meebo, Instagram, and NextG networks.
Intel Capital comes out on top.
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Formed in 2005, the company provides a suite of IT monitoring and reporting tools to its customers -- primarily large enterprises. Today, it has pulled in an impressive $150 million in funding from Bain Capital Ventures.
4Moms makes an $850 stroller that charges your phone and folds/unfolds at the touch of a button, a $200 baby rocker with an iPod dock and speakers, and more.
Venture capital funds raised $4.9 billion in the first quarter of 2012, down 35 percent from a year ago, according to Thomson Reuters and the National Venture Capital Association.
The trade group said 42 firms raised the money, down 9 …
Cloud automation startup VMTurbo has raised a second round of funding worth $10 million, which will be used to expand sales and marketing, product development and customer support.
VMTurbo provides virtualization management solutions that combine real-time operations performance data with …
Security services company Rapid7 received $50 million in its third round of funding today, led by Technology Crossover Ventures.
Rapid7′s technology locates security vulnerabilities and rates them based on heightened risk and likelihood an attack will take place. It then …
Dynamics, the big winner in the 2010 DEMOfall conference, has raised $35 million in funding to accelerate its business of making computerized smartcards and payment systems.
The funding led by Bain Capital Ventures is the largest second funding round in …