Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Jack Dorsey Selected as New Twitter CEO

By | Sep 30, 2015 at 3:10 pm

Today’s Tech.Co Deals Roundup is all about funding. Lots and lots of funding. Aside from that, one major news item for today: Jack Dorsey has reportedly been selected by Twitter’s board as the new, permanent CEO of the company. In the past three months,…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Medium Raises $57M, Business Insider Gets Acquired

By | Sep 29, 2015 at 3:12 pm

Today’s Tech.Co Deals Roundup is brought to you by National Coffee Day. Drink responsibly. Need more funding news? You can get the Tech.Co Deals Roundup sent directly to your inbox by subscribing here. Funding Medium Raises $57M at Estimated $400M Valuation Medium announced yesterday…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Walker & Company Brings in $24M

By | Sep 28, 2015 at 3:14 pm

Today’s Tech.Co Deals Roundup is brought to you by the case of the Mondays. This weekend, Fortune reported that Square may be nearing an IPO sometime in the next two weeks. It’s weird timing for Square CEO Jack Dorsey, who’s also been serving as…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Healthcare Tech Funding is on Fire

By | Sep 25, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Welcome to Friday everybody. In today’s Tech.Co deals roundup we chose to feature some amazing companies innovating in the healthcare field – there’s been an influx of funding surrounding the sector of the last few weeks. Specifically, investors have been paying attention to Auris…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Metabiota Gets Funding to Track Disease Outbreaks

By | Sep 24, 2015 at 4:00 pm

Today’s Tech.Co deals roundup features seven different companies that all received some pretty big funding. One of the most interesting on here is Metabiota, a company that has dedicated their efforts to building an on the ground network of professionals to track disease outbreaks….

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Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Funding Doesn’t Guarantee Success

By | Sep 23, 2015 at 3:00 pm

In today’s Tech.Co deals roundup we’ve got our expected funding announcements for a handful of companies spanning everything from big data analytics all the way to SaaS offerings. I’m constantly hearing a warning from entrepreneurs that getting funding doesn’t get your startup success, and…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Virtual Reality and Self-Driving Cars

By | Sep 21, 2015 at 3:02 pm

Happy Monday everybody! In today’s Tech.Co deals roundup we’ve got some some big funding news from Rubicon Global, a company valued at over $500 million. We’ve also got some really interesting funding rounds for Jaunt, a virtual reality startup, and Cruise, a company that’s…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: San Diego’s Portfolium Raises $1.2M

By | Sep 18, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Friday’s Tech.Co Deals Roundup is brought to you by my endless desire to adopt a puppy. Need more funding news? You can get the Tech.Co deals roundup send directly to your inbox by subscribing here. Funding Boston’s ChoiceStream Brings in $14M to Expand Programmatic…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: GitLab Raises Additional $4M from Khosla

By | Sep 17, 2015 at 3:04 pm

Thursday’s Tech.Co Deals Roundup is brought to you by some perfect weather in New York. Aside from the fundings listed below, Intel has reportedly invested $67 million into eight Chinese companies – from the OpenStack-based solutions company 99cloud to Segway owner Ninebot. Need more…


SoCal Scores Big in Today’s Funding Roundup

By | Sep 15, 2015 at 3:00 pm

It’s a big day for SoCal in today’s funding roundup. We’ve got the Venice, CA based Moviepilot bringing in a new bout of funding, San Diego’s Avalon Ventures is building a new fund, Soothe acquired a Y Combinator company in Los Angeles, and Qualcomm…


Ipsy Raises $100M, Penumbra Files Bay Area’s First IPO in a Month

By | Sep 14, 2015 at 3:11 pm

This week’s funding is starting off with a bang: not only do we have prominent names bringing in sizable amounts of funding, there’s also an IPO and acquisition. Personally, I think it’s really fun to see the impact that these companies can have on…


Today’s Funding Roundup: Square and First Data Both Eyeing IPO

By | Sep 11, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Happy Friday! Like most of the days we write our funding roundup, there’s no shortage of actual funding news today. However, there was a surprising amount of IPO, new fund creation, and acquisition news, which is a bit harder to come by on a daily…


MIT Teams With Toyota and Washington State Gets Major Grant Funding

By | Sep 10, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Today’s funding roundup might be small, but it’s mighty none the less. Fundbox brought in some major capital from big name investors and Harmonix got a nice bout of funding to keep developing awesome video games. MIT got $25 million from Toyota as well, but…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: NEXTracker Gets Massive Exit

By | Sep 9, 2015 at 3:00 pm

There’s some incredible diversity across market verticals in today’s funding roundup: drones, tuxedo rentals, gene therapy treatments, and cryptocurrency. Not to mention we have two new venture funds, one of which will focus explicitly on Y Combinator graduates. Last, but certainly not least, NEXTracker was…


Today’s Roundup: It’s All About Venture Funds

By | Sep 8, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Welcome to Tuesday, my friends! All of us at Tech.Co hope you enjoyed your Labor Day holiday. In today’s roundup we see some startups get the necessary capital to grow and thrive, and we even have Microsoft making a pretty big acquisition. However, if…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Microsoft and BlackBerry Make Acquisitions

By | Sep 4, 2015 at 5:00 pm

In today’s Tech.Co deals roundup, we’ve got acquisitions by BlackBerry and Microsoft. Some things to pay attention to in the news: 500 Startups closed its third global fund at $85 million – 15 percent below their initial target after one and a half years…


Tech.Co Deals Roundup: Wrap Raises $12.7M, AOL Acquires Millennial Media

By | Sep 3, 2015 at 3:14 pm

In today’s Tech.Co deals roundup, we’ve got some funding news for a Salesforce Ventures-backed company and an acquisition by AOL. Some things you may have missed in the news: a California judge has ordered companies like Google, Intel, and Apple to pay $415 million…