Dublin, Ireland-based social media analytics startup Eagle Alpha bagged $1.5 million (€1.1 million) in angel funding from former investment banker Emmett Kilduff to develop its product offering and beef up its salesforce.
New York, US-based news website Business Insider raised $12 million in a funding round led by Amazon chief Jeff Bezos for the expansion of its workforce and subscription service.
New York, US-based business workshop Javelin Inc landed $1.5 million in a funding round led by Mark Suster and Upfron Ventures to teach big companies to innovate like a startup.
New York City, US-based HTML5 game developer and distributor TreSensa bagged $2 million in a Series A funding round led by Caribou Asset Management to continue distributing games for mobile browsers.
New York, US-based stock photography agency Shutterstock is acquiring San Mateo, California-based digital asset management software maker WebDAM for an undisclosed amount to widen its market reach.
East Rutherford, New Jersey-based independent public relations (PR) firm MWW added Los Angeles-based firm Macias Media Group LLC for an undisclosed sum to tap into the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) market.
New York City, US-based messaging app Flyby becomes the first consumer-facing app to use the image recognition technology in Google's 3D mapping project called Project Tango to let users attach text and video messages to objects in the real world.
Stamford, Connecticut-based private consulting firm CBP bought Warren, New Jersey-based employee group benefits firm Beacon Financial Group (BFG) and has taken a majority stake in Beacon Retiree Benefits Group (BRBG) for an undisclosed sum.
San Antonio, Texas-based diversified holding firm Biglari Holdings Inc, through a wholly-owned subsidiary, bought New York, US-based men's magazine brand MAXIM for an undisclosed sum.
New York, US-based crowdfunding deals aggregator CrowdWatch wants to help people find investment opportunities by gathering together all deals from equity and debt-based crowdfunding platforms in just one place.
New York, US-based machine-learning technology startup One Llama is developing a mobile app for smartphones and wearable devices that can alert users when danger is coming their way.
Richmond, US-based visual creation studio Alice Blue acquired New York-based multi-faceted post-production studio Nucleus Imaging, a bigger firm, for an undisclosed amount to expand into a new market.
New York, US-based tech giant IBM and Dallas, Texas-based telecom firm AT&T struck a strategic partnership that will create a simplified service that will help businesses deal with network security problems and other cyber threats.
New York, US-based online employment solutions provider Monster Worldwide acquired two recruiting startups, San Francisco's Talentbin and Boston's Gozaik, for an undisclosed sum for growth purposes.
After raising $38 million in total funding last year, San Francisco, US-based house cleaning startup Homejoy opened its second office in New York City in January to create a places where the company's city managers can meet together.