AngelPad has been rearing startups prior to their public debut and today, during its Spring Demo Day, the company would launch 11 startups to a roomful of investors, techies and the media.
Enplug, a digital signage maker company, has raised USD2.5 million seed funding. The Los Angeles headquartered company has thought of new way to do digital displays.
SpringCM announced raising USD18 million led by Goff Capital, Foundation Capital and Square 1 Bank. The announcement was made today adding that the funding round would be used to expand company operations in sales and marketing division.
Lending Club gets new funds valued USD65 million and acquires Springstone Financial for USD140 million, from investors including Wellington Management Company, BlackRock, T. Rowe Price Associates Inc. and Sands Capital
Zoosk has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission an IPO valued USD100 million, reported TechCrunch.
The initial public offering of microblogging platform Weibo has only sold 16.8 million shares instead of its expected 20 million share sale, reported TechCrunch.
Milan, Italy-based mobile app development platform AppsBuilder bagged $1.5 million in a funding round from United Ventures to consolidate its businesses in the UK and the US.
San Francisco, US-based social media conversation startup Talkwheel raised $1.2 million in funding from several angel investors to aggregate the conversations on the web in a visual map so businesses can monitor trending topics.
Online website maker Squarespace has taken in USD40 million worth of Series B funding, reported TechCrunch.
Indian e-commerce marketplace giant SnapDeal snapped up Noida-based fashion products discovery site Doozton for an undisclosed amount to leverage the latter's personalized shopping technology for its own platform.
New York, US-based investment firm TPG Growth committed $100 million in a joint venture with Gurgaon, India-based emerging business market builder Smile Group to help Internet and e-commerce firms expand to India, Africa, and other emerging markets.
Helsinki, Finland-based corporate wellness startup HeiaHeia scored €1.5 million in its first funding round led by Wallstreet Financial Services for its international expansion, marketing improvement, and product development.
Tokyo, Japan-based Bitcoin exchange Mt Gox will file for liquidation in Tokyo instead of its initial plan of rebuilding the firm under bankruptcy protection after a bug reportedly brought the site down.
Financial services startup Betterment has received USD32 million funding round from new and previous investors, reported TechCrunch.
Twitter has acquired social data provider Gnip, enabling the microblogging site to sell its bulk data without engaging services from a middle man, reported TechCrunch.