Today's top technology funding stories, baked up with love.
Criteo raises $38.556 million to make display ads temptingly relevant.
Cruising through the stars of the startup universe on venture capital fuel
eXelate, a company that provides big data for digital advertisers, has raised $12 million.
Guest Post One of the most misunderstood markets in venture capital is the secondary market.
Sponsored Post Some of you may have noticed the recent pay-what-you-want model popularized by Humble Bundle. If not, it’s as simple as it sounds; buyers can purchase a collection of products at the price of their choice. The concept went over so well with developers and consumers that StackSocial has emulated their own version with indie Mac apps.
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.
A list of investment news from around the world
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.
Our six different courses combine for hundreds of lectures and over 70 hours of curriculum on writing code for websites, iOS games and applications, Ruby on Rails, PS6, and more.
A look at Friday's funding news and a portent of things to come.
A glimpse at what happened today in funding news.
Russian travel startup OneTwoTrip received $9 million from Phenomen Ventures today.
Marketing automation software company Act-On raises $16 million in its fourth round of funding.
A round-up of funding news from around the technology universe
VentureBeat is launching its own self-branded store page, which contains a carefully curated handful of deals on software bundles, gadgets, tutorials, and other cool tech stuff.
In the race to bring indoor location technology to market, an eight-person startup is taking on big name players Google, Qualcomm and Samsung, and has the potential to win.
HireVue has raised $22 million to streamline the job interview process