New York, US-based lending platform Fundera raised $3.4 million in funding from a recent venture round to help connect small businesses to a network of certified lending alternatives to banks.
New York, US-based social intelligence startup 4C snagged $4 million in funding from venture capital firm Jump Capital for its expansion, and sales and product development.
New York, US-based independent software corporation CA Tech invested an undisclosed amount with venture capital group IDG Ventures India in India-based enterprise software startups from October to December 2013.
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.
New York, US-based analytics firm Implisit raised $3.3 million in funding from Gemini Israel Ventures for its self-learning platform that mines CRM data to help improve sales efficiency.
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.
Missouri, US-based biotech startup Modern Meadow is the process of opening a facility in New York to promote lab-grown leather and in-vitro meat to fashion firms and restaurants in the area.
New York-based television agency Peleton Entertainment bought Todd Berger's consulting firm Creative Media for an undisclosed amount to expand into animation, branded entertainment, and feature film.
Chicago, Illinois-based tutoring marketplace WyzAnt acquired New York-based Tutorspree, a fellow marketplace competitor, that has been closed down since September 2013, for an undisclosed amount.
Parents think their children actually learn more from watching television than using education apps on their mobile gadgets, according to data gathered by New York-based research firm The Joan Ganz Cooney Center.
Boston, US-based startup Change Collective raised $1.4 million in seed funding from local investors to develop a self-improvement mobile website and native app and to expand its workforce.
Brooklyn-based firm Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, a new seed investment fund founded by former First Round Capital principal Charlie O'Donnell, secured $8.3 million in funding from several investors.
New York, US-based technology media firm TechMedia Networks (TMN) is acquiring Waltham, Massachusetts-based lead-generation business BuyerZone for an undisclosed amount to gain access to an e-commerce market.
New York-based research gathered data on startup death and found out that half of early-stage firms die before raising $1 million and that most startups last 20 months after their last funding round.
New York, US-based public holding company RCS Capital Corp entered a deal to buy Atlanta, Georgia-based investment banking firm JP Turner & Company for an undisclosed sum.