The New York-based digital advertising firm AppNexus is upping its commitment to mobile advertising, the company announced today. More specifically, its mobile buy-side offering, which is in beta with clients including Collective, CPX Interactive, FlxOne, and Matomy, is expected to be available to all AppNexus customers this summer. The beta product is already integrated with mobile supply sources such as Nexage, Smaato, and MoPub. AppNexus raised a $75 million Series D round of financing led by Technology Crossover Ventures in January.
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New York-based AppNexus has a lot to crow about, given how quickly it has grown over the last five years. The question is: What happens now?
Technology Crossover Ventures has made it official. Roughly six months after reports first surfaced that the Palo Alto-based firm had begun marketing its eighth fund, it has registered the vehicle with the SEC.
Pearson has acquired EmbanetCompass, a provider of online learning services for non-profit academic institutions, from an investor group led by private equity and venture capital firm Technology Crossover Ventures and global education company Knowledge Universe, for $650 million in cash. The transaction is subject to Hart-Scott-Rodino review. Morgan Lewis served as legal adviser to Pearson on the transaction.
Venture fund performance began to recover from the excesses of the bubble years in 2003 and 2004 before dipping again in the following two years of 2005 and 2006. There are signs these now mid-life funds with ’05 and ’06 vintages are starting to hit a better stride.
Mike Taylor has joined Dallas-based Teakwood Capital as managing director for talent. Taylor has over 30 years’ experience in executive search and coaching within the BPO, Technology, and Software sectors, with both public and private companies. His past clients include Technology Crossover Ventures, Austin Ventures and Battery Ventures as well as corporate names such as [...]
Genesys, a provider of customer service and contact center software, has appointed a new board including executives from Genesys, Permira, Technology Crossover Ventures, and Banneker Partners. The board members are Paul Segre, Genesys, who has been a senior executive at the company since 2002; Tom Lister, co-managing partner, and Brian Ruder, partner, from Permira; Jake [...]