Box is launching Box OneCloud for Android devices. Founded in 2005, Box provides a secure content sharing platform. The company is headquartered in Los Altos, California and is backed by venture capital firms Andreessen Horowitz, Bessemer Venture Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Emergence Capital Partners, Meritech Capital Partners, NEA, Scale Venture Partners, and U.S. Venture Partners, [...]
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Donuts, the Washington state-based domain name registry company, is packing on a whopping $100 million in funding from VCs including Austin Ventures, Adams Street Partners, Emergence Capital Partners, TL Ventures and Generation Partners. Stahurricane (CEO Paul Stahura’s investment fund) is also participating in the investment. The company is naming former ICANN CFO Kevin Wilson to [...]
Online restaurant reservation platform Restorando has closed on $3.2 million in Series A financing. Emergence Capital Partners led the round with participation from Latin American-focused fund Kaszek; London-based Atomico; and Storm Ventures. Santi Subotovsky from Emergence Capital and Alex Mendez from Storm Ventures joined Restorando’s board. PRESS RELEASE Restorando, the leading online reservation platform for [...]
PivotLink, a provider of retail performance management solutions has closed an additional $13 million in financing. The funding was led by existing investors Trident Capital, Emergence Capital Partners and Starvest Partners, firms that were early investors in Qualys, SuccessFactors and NetSuite. PRESS RELEASE PivotLink, the leading provider of retail performance management solutions delivered via Software [...]
Bill payment and online invoicing company Bill.com has added $15.5 million in Series D financing. New investor Financial Partners Fund, a unit of Citi Capital Advisors, participated in the round, as did existing investors DCM, Emergence Capital Partners, August Capital, Jafco Ventures and Total Technology Ventures. The company is based in Palo Alto, Calif., and will use the money to expand operations, continue product development and for marketing efforts.
Rob Tarkoff has been named CEO of Lithium Technologies, the e-commerce and marketing company, replacing Lyle Fong. Tarkoff comes from Adobe Systems, where he served as senior VP and GM of digital enterprise solutions; Fong will move to a chief strategist role—he was also a co-founder with the company. VCs backing Lithium include Shasta, Emergence Capital, Benchmark, Tenaya and DAG.
(Reuters) – Cloud-storage and file-sharing company Box.net is raising $35 million in new funding, underscoring again the appeal of one of Silicon Valley’s hottest investment areas. According to a filing, the company — which focus on providing Internet-based document storage for business users — has already raised $18.7 million a group of seven unidentified backers. [...]
We at peHUB dissected CalPERS’ venture portfolio from a variety of angles over the past few weeks. We looked at brand-name funds and their results. We zeroed in on the pension fund’s most recent investments and the rising tide of interest it showed for venture in the middle of the past decade as economic conditions [...]
JanRain, the provider of social identity management solutions for businesses, collected $15.5 million from investors including Anthem Venture Partners, DFJ Frontier, RPM Ventures, Tim Draper, and founder Larry Drebes with participation from Square 1 Bank. Emergence Capital Partners led the funding round. The company counts MTV, Tribune Co. and Dr. Pepper Snapple Group among its clients.
After a period of hesitation early last decade, CalPERS’ enthusiasm for venture grew by 2006 with commitments picking up and an apparent interest in diversification among firms. Allocations to venture capital by the California Public Employees’ Retirement System rose from about $198 million in 2004 and $264 million in 2005 to more than $600 million [...]