DataXu said it raised $27 million in a round of financing led by Thomvest Ventures and joined by existing investors Atlas Venture, Flybridge Capital Partners and Menlo Ventures. Thomvest Managing Director Stefan Clulow joins DataXu’s board.
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Spindle Labs Inc., a developer of search technology, has raised $2.3 million in venture funding, and recently released the company’s app in iTunes. The company is backed by Polaris Ventures, Greylock Partners, Lerer Ventures, SV Angel, Atlas Ventures, Broad Beach Ventures, Project 11, Ray Ozzie and Raman Narayanan. Spindle Labs is based in Boston.
Lilliputian Systems, Inc. said it closed on $40 million of a planned $60 million equity round that was led by RUSNANO and joined by existing investors Intel Corporation, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Altira Group, Stata Venture Partners, Atlas Venture, and Fairhaven Capital. The company makes portable fuel cell re-charger for consumer electronics.
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Mohr Davidow Ventures, Atlas Ventures and Physic Ventures have backed Waltham, Mass.-based On-Q-ity with $5 million in fresh capital. On-Q-ity is a life science company focused on circulating tumor cell capture and characterization for clinical researchers and physicians. They company’s technology is designed to enhance decision-making across multiple cancer types, it says. -cn PRESS RELEASE [...]
Abine, a provider of online privacy solutions for consumers looking to regain control over their personal information, has appointed Kristina Kennedy as vice president of marketing and Brian Michon as vice president of engineering. Abine is backed by Atlas Ventures and General Catalyst Partners. Earlier last year, it closed a series A round, raising $5.2 [...]
Unbounce said it raised $850,000 from a syndicate led by Real Ventures of Montreal. The group includes Founder Co-Op of Seattle, Atlas Ventures of Boston, Social Leverage, 500Startups and Point Nine Capital. Also participating are angels Boris Wertz, Mike Edwards, Rapleaf CEO Auren Hoffman and Articulate CEO Adam Schwartz. BLOG POST Unbounce Raises $850k to [...]
DisplayLink, a provider of networked display technology for multi-monitor and USB-connected computing, has closed on $8 million in new capital. Though the company did not name its most recent investors, the company has previously inked venture funding from Atlas Venture, Balderton Capital, DAG Ventures, DFJ Esprit and WTI. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company has raised a total of $68 million.
(Reuters) – Mobile, biotech and e-commerce all have one thing in common: they are among the next wave of startups that have caught the eye of venture capital.
In the past year, social media companies such as Facebook, Zynga, Groupon and LinkedIn have stolen the limelight as the fastest growing space for venture funds.
Still, they make up just one area, and even a minority percentage, of investment for a number of venture capital funds.
“Social media companies are leading the charge, capturing people’s fantasy,” Axel Bichara, a partner at Atlas Venture, told a panel at the Reuters Global Technology Summit Venture Capital in New York on Wednesday. “If you look at venture capital companies as a whole, it’s a really broad and deep