Stethoscope startup Eko grabs $2 mln

By Iris Dorbian — 11 months ago

Eko, a smart stethoscope provider, has raised $2 million in funding. Founder.Org Capital and Michael Baum, founder of Splunk, led the round with participation from other investors that included Stanford University’s StartX Fund, and former senior advisor to the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services John Noonan.


Slideshow: Bring on the 2012 IPO Candidates

By Joanna Glasner — 4 years ago

The market for venture-backed IPOs has been pretty dead so far this year. But based on new filing activity, it looks like there’s some optimism things will improve. At least six venture-backed companies have filed to go public since the start of the year, in sectors ranging from enterprise software to semiconductors to car rentals. […]