San Francisco, US-based marketing startup BrightFunnel secured just under $1 million in advisory funding to build a product that generates smarter and more accurate sales predictions.
Mountain View, California based seed accelerator Y Combinator (YC) announced that it will restrict its partner investments until three weeks after demo day to give all its startups an equal chance to raise funds.
Costa Mesa, California-based firm GrowthHackers opened a community news site today where members can post resources and learning materials centered around growth hacking or marketing.
Mountain View, California-bases social login pioneer Gigya launched a new tool that will give marketers data that will flow into personalized online and offline marketing campaigns for American consumers.
San Francisco, US-based social media giant Twitter decided to buy more than 900 patents from American multinational tech firm IBM to settle patent infringement claims against it, with the two companies forming a patent cross-licensing agreement.
San Francisco, California-bases mobile betting startup YouBetMe is launching an app that helps keep track of casual bets, and is planning to raise Series A funding in the near future.
San Jose, California-based digital video recording (DVR) company TiVo announced that it will add Durham, North Carolina-based cloud-based content discovery service Digitalsmiths for an undisclosed amount.
Washington University associate professor of engineering Robert Morley sued Square co-founders Jim McKelvey and Jack Dorsey for fraud and patent infringement, claiming he was wrongly left off a patent for the attachable credit card reader device.
San Francisco, California-based social games services provider Zynga Inc is laying off around 314 employees, or 15% of its workforce, as part of a cost reduction strategy to generate between $33 million to $35 million in savings for 2014.
The Center for Health Program Management and its funding partners which include Sierra Health Foundation, The California Endowment and The California Wellness Foundation gave a grant of $1.6 million to four counties to support the Positive Youth Justice Initiative.
Mountain View, California-based personal finance app Mint is integrating with San Francisco-based bitcoin wallet service Coinbase to help clients track their bitcoins along with their other financial accounts.
Several coding bootcamps in California are facing an imminent shutdown after receiving a warning from the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) to start complying with licensing regulations within two weeks.
New York, US-based social TV startup Viggle snapped up San Francisco, California-based rival Dijit Media for an undisclosed sum to acquire and incorporate the latter's NextGuide and reminder button features into its own offerings.
Los Angeles, California-based caregiver marketplace HomeHero launched its website that aims to connect aging adults with pre-screened caregivers and provide families with an easier way to communicate with and monitor hired caregivers.
Yahoo has closed the acquisition of San Francisco, California-based enterprise app studio Tomfoolery, and will be shutting down the latter's Anchor app, according to a source familiar with the deal.
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