Tremor Video said Monday that it has raised $37 million in funding led by W Capital Partners. Other investors include Keating Capital, Canaan, Draper Fisher Jurvetson Growth, General Catalyst, Meritech, Singapore’s EDBI, Time Warner and SAP Ventures. New York-based Tremor, an independent video ad network, said it has raised more than $115 million.
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TrueCar, a company that provides car-sales prices to consumers, has raised over $200 million in debt and equity financing to use for acquisitions and growth, the company said. The transaction underscores continuing investor enthusiasm for companies that allow consumers to find good buys using the Internet. Daily-deals site Groupon has 115 million subscribers, although it [...]
TrueCar, a company that provides car pricing data to consumers, has raised $200 million in debt and equity financing, Reuters reported Wednesday. The company is backed by GR Match, McCombs Family Partners, DealerTrack, Keating Capital, GSV Asset Management, Passport Capital, International Investment House and Allen & Company. Silicon Valley Bank arranged the debt portion of the funding for TrueCar, which is based in Santa Monica, Calif.
Harvest Power, a developer of renewable energy and fertilizer products from organic waste, said Tuesday that it had extended its $51.7 million Series B financing. Zurich-based SAM Private Equity added a $6 million investment to the round. The company is also backed by Generation Investment Management, DAG Ventures, Keating Capital, Kleiner Perkins, publicly traded Waste Management, Munich Venture Partners, and TriplePoint Capital.
Harvest Power, a company developing renewable energy and fertilizer products from organic waste, has closed on a whopping $51.7 million in Series B financing. London-based Generation Investment Management led the round. Other investors included DAG Ventures, Keating Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, publicly traded Waste Management, Munich Venture Partners and TriplePoint Capital. The company’s technology is designed to process various kinds of organic waste, including food scraps, yard trimmings, scrap wood and other organics. Harvest Power, which says it is profitable, recently broke ground on its first commercial-scale facility in North America. The new money will help Harvest expand its facilities and technologies.
You wouldn’t know the IPO market remains so sluggish — not by the new $39 million Series C just closed by Livescribe, the Oakland-based maker of two so-called smartpens, the Echo and Pulse. The round — led by Crosslink Capital, with participation from Scale Venture Partners, Qualcomm, TransLink Capital, Presidio Ventures, Keating Capital and existing investors VantagePoint Venture Partners, Lionhart, and Aeris Capital – not only enticed an almost ridiculous number of investors; it brings the company’s total funding to a stunning $100 million. Livescribe is just three years old.