B for buyback and E for earningS, these are some of the most appropriate letters for Google's parent company, Alphabet, as it reported Thursday how much it made in the third quarter.
U.S. taxi service firm Uber said it is in early talks with investors to raise money at a higher valuation than $17 billion it secured with June's round of funding, Financial Times reported on Friday citing people familiar with the matter.
Some of the best-known technology investors are looking beyond their tried-and-true Internet plays to bet on healthcare data as the next growth market.
San Francisco, US-based payday loan firm LendUp raised $50 million in debt funding from Victory Park Capital to provide small short-term loans for American consumers who have poor or no credit and expand to other states.
Stitch has raised $3.25 million seed funding led by Google Ventures, Foundation Capital, Freestyle Capital, SoftTech and ENIAC Ventures with participation from angles including Tom Conrad, Brad Garlinghouse and Eric Hahn.
California-based Synack, a crowdsourced platform for hacking into customers' security holes, raises $7.5 million for a series A funding round.
One Medical Group has received a USD40 million investment led by Redmile Group, led by Redmile Group and other previous investors of the company
Sunnyvale, US-based autonomous robot maker nabbed $2 million in a seed funding round led by Morado Venture Partners to revolutionize the service industry including hospitals, offices, and care centers.
San Francisco, California-based equity crowdfunding service CircleUp pocketed $14 million in its second funding round from Canaan Partners, Google Ventures, and other investors to bridge investors and companies.
Cloudera, the company that provides enterprises with the first unified big data platform, secured $160 million from T. Rowe price, Google Ventures and MSD Capital, TechCrunch reported.
San Francisco, US-based real-time economic data tracking platform Premise nabbed $11 million in a Series B funding round led by Social+Capital Partnership to continue tracking prices of food staples in Asia, Latin America, US, and Europe.
Google Ventures took out the $100,000 backing it gave to Bustle, a woman-focused publication, after the investor found that they did not anymore share the same values with its founder, TechCrunch reported citing sources.
San Francisco, US-based secret-sharing mobile app Secret is set to raise $10 million in venture capital in a funding round led by Google Ventures that will give the startup a $40-million valuation.
Redwood City, California-based mobile finance app Robinhood emerged out of its private beta to let signed-up users trade stocks for free instead of paying a fee for every transaction done.
Mountain View, California-based cybersecurity startup Shape Security pocketed $40 million in a venture funding round led by Norwest Ventures and Sierra Ventures to beef up its product offerings and its sales team.