Searchme, a new search engine that offers more dynamic results than just links, has raised $15 million in fourth-round funding. Lehman Brothers led the round, and was joined by return backers Sequoia Capital and DAG Ventures. It has now raised $31 million in total, with other shareholders including actor Will Ferrell.
Cnet originally reported the correct funding details, and peHUB has since confirmed them with company co-founder John Holland.
Searchme has been incubating at Sequoia for around three years, and is run by former AuctionDrop CEO Randy Adams. The company is currently in private beta. www.searchme.com