Apartment List, an online rental marketplace, was able to raise an additional $6 million in financing in a follow-on round led by Glynn Capital and Passport Capital, TechCrunch reported.
Renowned technology innovators invested $5 million to close the latest funding round of San Francisco-based mobile technology firm Apportable, bringing to $7.4 million total funds raised to date.
San Diego, US-based software investor JMI Equity led a $38-million Series D venture capital round for the expansion and development of Utah-based work flow management software company AtTask.
Boston, US-based app analytics and marketing platform Localytics secured $16 million in a Series C funding round led by Foundation Capital for its product development and international expansion.
Boulder, Colorado-based startup TeamSnap scored $7.5 million in a Series B funding round to develop its app that helps sports coaches and league officials manage the schedule of their sports teams.
California, US-based enterprise software startup Elementum, a spinoff from Singaporean firm Flextronics International Inc, bagged $44 million in a Series A funding round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners for a cloud-based supply chain tracking software.
Tech giant Microsoft invested $15 million in location-based social networking app Foursquare and inked a licensing deal to use the latter's places database in their products and services.
Primus Power, a provider of low-cost grid-scale energy storage solutions, bagged $20 million for the first close of its Series C round led by South Africa-based Anglo American Platinum Ltd.
Investors which include Phenomen Ventures have given additional financing to the tune of $20 million to Rocket Internet-incubated foodpanda and its affiliate hellofood, TechCrunch reported.
France-based startup Wisembly was able to snag $2 million from Alven Capital for its tool that allows users to prepare for, monitor and simplify company meetings, TechCrunch reported.
Hollywood, US-based digital media firm SpinMedia Group acquired SpinMedia LLC for an undisclosed amount, and poured in $10 million in funding to deal with the company's debts.
Atomic Reach, a platform that enables its clients to reach their target audience by measuring the quality and readability of content, has raised $4 million in funding so far, TechVibes reported.
Barter platform TradeYa Inc was able to raise $1.1 million for its seed round. The company's mobile app allows users to trade goods and services online.
nCrypted Cloud, a service that encrypts shared data on Dropbox, Google Drive and others, raised $3 million from angel investors for its seed funding round, TechCrunch reported.
Based on data gathered by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, foreign direct investment (FDI) poured into Seoul, South Korea, reached $6 billion in 2013, an all-time high since the global financial crisis hit in 2008.