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The 20 biggest private exits of 2012
French fashion startup raises $1.5M to spread 'ineffable French touch' worldwide
Apple buys indoor-GPS startup WifiSlam for $20M
Marissa Mayer buys Stamped in mobile talent grab for Yahoo
SendUs launches with $17M to help brands harness user videos

Deal Management Startup CapLinked Adds New Investors (And $500K) To Its Series A

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CapLinked, a startup offering workspaces for managing business deals, announced today that it has closed a $2.1 million Series A. The company previously said that it raised a $1.6 million round from FF Angel (the seed-stage fund operated by Founders Fund), Siemer Ventures, 500 Startups, and others, so this is...
Deal Management Startup CapLinked Adds New Investors (And $500K) To Its Series A
Dollar Shave Club's 'f**king great blades' help it raise $9.8 million
Taxi app Hailo is raising $30M to take on Uber in NYC
Pinterest sees $30M investment from SV Angel in secondary sale
Placester locks up $2.5M so real estate agents can do business online
Comcast to buy GE's stake of NBC Universal for $16.7B
TripAdvisor acquires luxury travel site Jetsetter from Gilt Groupe
Atlas Shrugged: Facebook acquires Atlas ad platform from Microsoft
Facebook rumored to be going after Microsoft's Atlas ad platform
Newswire startup NewsCred picks up $15M, partners with NYT
A visual journey through 2012′s biggest funding highlights (infographic)
Moovweb nabs $16M to help businesses optimize their content for mobile
GoDaddy acquires mobile website building app M.dot
Clover picks up $3.3M to send payments out into the field

Nexus Venture Partners injects $2.5M in an Indian real estate startup

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now After closing an undisclosed amount of funding over dinner from the ex-chief executive of Network 18 this March, Indian housing marketplace Housing.co.in has announced a new round of $2.5 million. This comes from Nexus Venture Partners’ $270 million fund that closed last September to...
Nexus Venture Partners injects $2.5M in an Indian real estate startup
Loyal3 raises $18M to make buying stock as easy as a Facebook 'like'
CA Technologies confirms it has acquired Layer7

Bloomberg enters world of venture capital with $75M fund

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Bloomberg is launching a new $75 million venture capital fund to support early-stage companies. The fund will be called Bloomberg Beta and will invest in startups that are “producing insights from data” and “making the experience of work better.” This could involve anything from content discovery to human-computer interaction technology....
Bloomberg enters world of venture capital with $75M fund
Al Gore used his Current.tv payout to buy Apple shares worth $29.5M
Yahoo Japan pours $20M into Softbank Capital's fund to attract U.S. startups

Square Registers for sale at Starbucks, pushing virtual sales to physical stores

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Starbucks announced that Square Register devices will be on sale at 7,000 coffee locations. Starbucks is the latest place where the e-commerce gadget is available alongside Walgreens, Target and other stores.   Like the other locations, Square is actually charging $9.99 for the device with the list price credited to...
Square Registers for sale at Starbucks, pushing virtual sales to physical stores

Yahoo Is So Bloated, It Could Cut 25 Percent Of Its Staff And Nobody Would Notice (YHOO)

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Michael Smith, a former Yahoo business development manager in Asia, has posted a scathing rant about how the company was mismanaged. He is sure that layoffs are coming in the next two weeks, but says Yahoo is so overstaffed that it could cut 20 to 25 percent of its...
Yahoo Is So Bloated, It Could Cut 25 Percent Of Its Staff And Nobody Would Notice (YHOO)
Zooz's people-first payments platform zooms off with $2M
Opera buys Skyfire for $155M to trim carriers' mobile video burden
Staples Now Sells 3D Printers - But They're Not Ready For Primetime Office Use
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