YuMe, a provider of digital brand advertising software and services, has acquired Crowd Science, an audience targeting technology company. YuMe is backed by Accel Partners, BV Capital, DAG Ventures, Intel Capital, Khosla Ventures, Menlo Ventures, Samsung Ventures, Translink Capital and WestSummit Capital.
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BV Capital announced it is combining its international early stage funds and relaunching itself as e.ventures. The firm will remain focused on investing in the United States, Europe, Russia, Asia and Brazil. The firm invests in Brazil in partnership with Redpoint Ventures. The firm, which was founded in 1997 with a $75 million commitment from [...]
Eucalyptus Systems, a cloud computing platform designer, has completed an oversubscribed $30 million Series C round of funding led by Institutional Venture Partners. Existing investors, including Benchmark Capital, BV Capital and New Enterprise Associates also joined the round. Eucalyptus has raised a total of $55.5 million to date. PRESS RELEASE Eucalyptus Systems, creator of the [...]
Investors are going nuts for Brazil, and the latest firms to focus on the Latin American country are Redpoint Ventures and BV Capital‘s eVentures. The firms have partnered to form Sao Paulo-based Redpoint eVentures to invest in the Brazilian market. The firm will be led by Yann de Vries and Anderson Thees. Jeff Brody, Redpoint’s [...]
Groupon-backer BV Capital has an opening for an associate in their San Francisco office.
Recurly, a San Francisco-based provider of billing solutions for subscription-based businesses, has raised $6 million in a Series A financing round led by BV Capital, and including Polaris Venture Partners, Harrison Metal Capital and FreeStyle Capital. The company previously raised a $1.6 million seed round in 2010 led by Polaris Venture Partners. Other investors in [...]
(Reuters) – Angie’s List debuted on Nasdaq at $18.01, or 39% above its offering price, on Thursday after pricing its IPO at the high end of its expected price range. The stock rose as much as 44 percent to $18.75. It was later trading up 30% at $16.85. The Indianapolis-based company, which provides consumer reviews [...]
(Reuters) – Angie’s List Inc., which provides consumer reviews of local professionals and businesses, priced its initial public offering at $13 a share, the higher end of the expected price range, according to an underwriter. The offering consisted of about 6.3 million shares being sold by the company, with the rest by certain stockholders, including [...]
Angie’s List said Wednesday that it planned to sell roughly 8.8 million shares at $11 to $13 each.
The company, at the mid-point of the range, could raise$105.6 million. The company itself is offering 6.25 million shares, while selling stockholders, which includes senior management, are providing 2.5 million shares, according to an SEC filing. Angie’s List is expected to trade on the Nasdaq under the ticker “ANGI.”
BofA Merill Lynch is acting as bookrunner for the deal, while other underwriters include Allen & Co., Stifel Nicolaus Weisel and RBC Capital Markets. The underwriters have the option to buy an additional 1.3 million shares.
Open source web server developer NGINX has attracted $3 million in a fully subscribed Series A round. The investment includes funding from BV Capital and Runa Capital and an entity affiliated with MSD Capital, the private investment firm for Dell Inc. Chairman and CEO Michael S. Dell. The funding will be used to support the company’s plans for its new commercial arm, Nginx, Inc., and its expansion into the US.