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.
Groupon’s shares soared about 23 percent today on a sketchy rumor that Google was interested in buying it, according to a report.
Modernizing Medicine, the South Florida-based company known for its electronic medical record (EMR) application for the iPad, has raised $12 in funding.
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Cisco will pay approximately $141 million in cash for California-based company Cariden, a network traffic-management software maker.
Acquia, the company that dresses up Drupal for enterprise customers, has closed a $30 million round of funding.
PowerInbox, the consumer-focused startup that makes email interactive, has merged with its biggest competitor on the enterprise side, ActivePath.
TV loyalty service Viggle has agreed to acquire social TV app GetGlue for $25 million and 48.3 million shares in stock.
Social data startup DataSift has raised $15 million in its second round of funding, cash that will help it continue to swiftly grow and brew better social data technology.
Social news aggregator Nuzzel has secured its first round of funding just a few months after its launch.
Sprint has agreed to acquire Midwestern spectrum and half a million customers from U.S. Cellular in a deal worth $480 million.
Enterprise social networking business Jive Software has acquired social startups Meetings.io and Producteev, the company announced today along with its third-quarter earnings report.
A first of Movember overview of the deals that went down today in the technology sector.
LocBox wants to be the alternative to Groupon, Living Social and the host of flash sales sites, and has raised over $5 million in its quest to win over small businesses.
For Pentaho, the startup that claims to be the first business intelligence (BI) provider to shift its focus to “big data”, the bet is paying off.
A big ol’ serving of today’s funding news.
Violin Memory, the Silicon Valley-based company with a super-fast flash memory service, is hurtling toward a highly successful IPO.
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Criteo raises $38.556 million to make display ads temptingly relevant.
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eXelate, a company that provides big data for digital advertisers, has raised $12 million.
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Skype-calling-on-your-TV startup Tely Labs has raised $13 million in new funding from Comcast Ventures and DCM, according to a filing with the SEC.
Venture capitalists are clambering to fund flash storage startups, the new wave of technologies that are disrupting the traditional data center. The latest announcement comes from Virident Systems, a Milpitas, California-based company which had no trouble raising $26 million dollars in fourth round funding led by Mitsui Global Investors.
Dice Holdings has purchased iconic tech properties Slashdot, SourceForge, & Freecode from Geeknet for $20 million cash.
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Enterprise networking startup Aerohive Networks has raised $22.5 million in its fifth round of funding — cash that will help it gear up to go public in 2013.
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A look at Friday’s funding news and a portent of things to come.
A glimpse at what happened today in funding news.