Today was a big money day for startup funding — and post-startup growth-stage and late-stage fund funding.
Insight Venture Partners isn’t slowing down after Yahoo’s $1.1 billion Tumblr acquisition last week.
Online developer training portal Pluralsight takes $27.5M in its first round of funding.
Sports-centered e-commerce site Fanatics, owned by Kynetic, grabbed the attention of Silicon Valley venture capital firms Andreessen Horowitz and Insight Venture Partners to raise a $150 million round of funding at a $1.5 billion.
Monday, drag and drop website builder Wix.com launched its HTML5 website builder, which builds websites with video and animation for devices that don’t support Flash.
Popular blogging service Tumblr has raised a fresh $85 million round of funding. Hopefully, the company will use this infusion to find more ways to make money.
Deals site Groupalia doesn’t do something new, but does it in a new place. The year-old consumer deals company has exploded onto the southern European and Latin American markets and is raking in millions.
After the dot com bubble burst, Cvent, an online events management company, had to scrimp. The company barely survived.
New details on Chegg’s June acquisition of Notehall came through SEC filings yesterday.