Our fave deal of the dat is a baby ankle bracelet for you to keep tabs on your infant. ‘Cause she’s probably got this whole secret life that you know nothing about.
The summer is over as day-fog rolls in over San Francisco’s financial district.
It really was a cloudy day for funding — in a good way.
A dozen funding stories for your reading delight.
Sick of hearing smartwatch news? Read about startup funding news instead!
Labor Day’s over, guys, get back to work.
Investors really seem to be loving cars lately and we’re not just talking Telsas, Porsches, and Ferraris here.
Just last week, investors went crazy on tech-y car service Uber with a huge $258 million round. Today, Local Motion, a company that helps facilitate corporate car sharing through a mobile app, got $12M from some big names.
Any parent will tell you that their kids quickly become the most important part of their lives. A very expensive, important part of their lives.
Uber was the big funding story today, but wine, recruiting, photo-sharing, and a distributed storage startup raised money too.
It’s no secret that investors love cloud companies. Today proved that. Half of the technology companies funded today have some footing in the cloud industry.
Silicon Valley was a sleepy little hole in the wall today, with only three deals crossing our radar. We blame vacationing VCs and their darkening tan lines.
As we’re increasingly seeing, the funding for today’s startups came from a variety of sources, including crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter, and a venture buyout firm.
“Apsalar paired the $9 million with a mobile ad product, but its 800 million users got the proportions all wrong. CloudCare focuses its $9 million on health technology, showing the value of careful editing when putting together a complicated look.”
Today was a big day for outages, with both The New York Times and Microsoft suffering downtime. So today’s Funding Daily is all about staying online and making your service available to all.
We had two companies that got $43 million today — so why not celebrate the 40s!
So to prove once and for all that August 12, 2013, is not Elon Musk Day in North America, here’s another thrilling round of Funding Daily.
The last of this week’s round up of funding news.
Our round-up of the startups that received funding today (and can help you get pregnant).
We’ve got fat-filled sewers and fattened-up startups in today’s Funding Daily.
A roundup of today’s funding news, overshadowed by billionaire Jeff Bezos’ purchase of the Washington Post.
Early-stage startups RebelMouse and Voxy scored funding today.
A roundup of today’s funding news.
Here is a roundup of today’s funding news.
Only one of the eleven funding stories from today had anything at all to do with dogs, but that hook is enough for me. Here is your day’s roundup of funding news.
An extra snuggly version of today’s funding news.
Sometimes humans are born rich, unlike these companies.
Two of our favorite deals stories of the day, involving director Spike Lee’s latest project and an ambitious smartphone that runs both desktop-grade Ubuntu and Android, are crowdfunding stories.
Investors placed their bets on babes, games and manufactering startups.
What do serial entrepreneurs and breakfast cereal have in common? In both cases, one serving is not enough.
When a liquor business and a wine company get funding in the same day, we couldn’t help but make this a boozy funding daily.
Sometimes you just have to celebrate.
Today, six companies announced funding rounds.
If I had a margarita for every deal that was announced today, I’d have 8 margaritas too many.
Looking for hot funding news? Then you’re in luck!
Today brought a grand total of six double-digit tech funding stories across the VentureBeat news desk. That’s a lot of cheddar, no matter how you slice it.
Videos are quite literally taking over the Internet. And today’s funding news.
Today’s funding news was all about the analog, from snail mail to 3D printing to chip hardware.
Happy one year anniversary at VentureBeat to me. Here is some funding news.
These companies just got a bunch of funding, but they’re not headed off to Hawaii just yet.
Who needs food when you can have funding news?