Healthcare software and cloud solutions company Recondo Technology has received a $20 million investment from Bregal Sagemount to accelerate its growth in the booming healthcare sector.
Virtualization giant VMware has invested $30 million into Puppet Labs, a Portland-based provider of software for system administrators. As part of the funding, the companies formed a strategic partnership to deliver a more robust set of IT tools to customers.
With entrepreneur-friendly government regulation and high-quality late stage companies on the cusp of going public, VCs expect to see solid returns in the coming year.
In the first weeks of 2013, healthcare technology startups are already closing some major funding rounds. The latest to benefit from Sand Hill Road's burgeoning interest in the space is a D.C. based company called Audax Health, which raised almost $21 million, according to an SEC filing.
Aaron Levie, Box's energetic young CEO, today revealed that the company is prepping for an initial public offering in 2014.
Zettaset, a company that helps its customers deploy Hadoop, the open source computing framework that can process large data-sets, has closed a $10 million funding round.
A big ol' bowl of funding news, with cherries on top.
Social TV service Viggle will no longer be purchasing one of its big competitors, GetGlue.
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Social news site Buzzfeed has raised $19.3 million in its third round of funding, a war chest that will likely help the company take its quirky content to a new level.
Amazon is aiming to become the student's best friend with a big discount on the Kindle Fire 8.9.
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We survey the top venture capital investments into tech companies of the year. To make this elite list, you needed to raise at least $89 million in 2012.
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Hannukah may be over, but the funding news is still churning in. Not that the two are connected.
Tylr Mobile, a startup in stealth mode that is building a better way for business users to work on a smartphone or tablet device, has been selected by two accelerators, and has received investment from private individuals at companies like SAP, Salesforce.com and Oracle.
One Kings Lane, a prominent e-commerce business for home decor, has raised $50 million in a new round of funding with hopes of rapid expansion.
"Big data" startups are experiencing fast-growth and are getting funded on an international scale, a sure sign that it's more than just a fleeting Silicon Valley trend.
By cutting the price of Apple's iPhone 5, Best Buy is making the enticing new device even harder to pass up.