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Netflix officially announced its plan today to raise $1 billion in debt to fund a range of initiatives, including “content acquisitions” and “potential acquisitions.” The company did not give an official date for the debt offering, or the terms. But the size of the debt is testament to just how competitive the market for video-streaming services is becoming, and what Netflix believes it needs to do to stay on top.
Apttus raises $41M
Apttus, a company providing sales software for managing the entire cycle, from quote to payment, announced it has raised $41 million in new funding. Salesforce Ventures led the round, with additional participation from K1 Capital and Iconiq, among others.
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