TCW taps Khalif as MD

By Iris Dorbian — 1 year ago

Asset management firm TCW has hired Yuri Khalif as a managing director. Previously, Khalif worked at Hatteras Funds where he served as a partner and executive director.


Reuters – KnowledgeTree Secures Second Round of Funding

By Reuters News — 4 years ago

KnowledgeTree, a company that provides business-specific cloud-based document management, has secured a $4.75 round of funding from a collection of East Coast and international VCs, writes Venturebeat. Funding comes from River Cities Capital Funds, Core Capital Partners, Hatteras Funds and previous investor Hasso Plattner Ventures. Venturebeat – KnowledgeTree, a company that does business-specific cloud-based document […]


Kontiki Closes $5.1M Series C

By Staff Report — 4 years ago

Kontiki, a provider of cloud based enterprise video technology, has raised $5.1 million in Series C financing. Existing investors MK Capital, New World Ventures, Cross Creek Capital and Hatteras Funds all contributed to the round, which will be used for growth. PRESS RELEASE Kontiki, the leading provider of cloud based enterprise video solutions and superior […]


GainSpan Raises Series C

By Angela Sormani — 4 years ago

GainSpan(R) Corporation, a developer of ultra-low power embedded Wi-Fi solutions, has raised $18 million in Series C funding. Hatteras Funds, based in New York and North Carolina, and Mobile Internet Capital, based in Japan, joined the round with existing investors Opus Capital, In-Q-Tel, Intel Capital, New Venture Partners, Sigma Partners and Camp Ventures. GainSpan will […]


Sailthru Closes $8M Series A

4 years ago

RRE Ventures led an $8 million Series A round for Sailthru, the company announced Tuesday. Designed for publishers and e-commerce companies, Sailthru’s technology automatically tailors email, web and advertising content to unique users. Also participating in the round were AOL Ventures, DFJ Gotham Ventures, Hatteras Funds, Lerer Ventures, Pilot Group, and Thrive Capital. The company has raised a total of $9 million to date. The money will help Sailthru bolster its staff and fund growth in the e-commerce, flash sales and publisher markets.