Proving yet again that you can’t escape Tyra Banks, she’s now setting her sights on ad tech.
OneSpot has raised $5.3 million to help grow its ad targeting platform, the company announced today.
Zemanta, a startup that provides tools for online publishers, has secured a new $2 million round of funding, the company announced today.
With the number of smaller acquisitions Yahoo has made over the last year, I have to wonder whether it’s recent purchase of startup Bread was mistaken for an item of food you can always use more of. Then again, maybe not — as Bread’s social advertising tech could prove useful to Yahoo’s ongoing push to refresh its own ad products.
Adsolut launched today as the “admeld for Africa.” It is an ad network and management platform that helps web publishers more effectively sell and manage their ads online in sub-Saharan Africa.
Skimlinks has raised a round of growth financing from Greycroft Partners for its suite of solutions that automatically turn digital content into affiliate links.
Ad-tech startup Marin Software made its public debut this morning on the NYSE, netting a higher than expected price in early trading.
Facebook purchased Atlas Solutions from Microsoft to help build out its own ad network and take on Google.
Editor’s Pick This is the first ad-tech company to go public in 2013, a year that looks set to be chock-full of IPOs.
DataXu pulled in $27 million in funding today, proving that investors continue to see potential in the massively complicated world of ad-tech.
AppNexus raises $75 million for its “powerful, open, customizable” ad tech platform.
Namely founder Matt Straz