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Flurry rides the mobile boom, raises $25M with an eye toward IPO

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App analytics and advertising firm Flurry enjoyed a big year in 2012, getting cashflow positive for the first time and doubling the number of applications that use its tools to 250,000. But 2013 could be even bigger, with an IPO potentially in the works. That’s why the San Francisco firm...
Flurry rides the mobile boom, raises $25M with an eye toward IPO

NileGuide Unveils New Location-Based iPhone App For Travel Recommendations On The Go

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NileGuide, one-stop travel planning site, has launched an new iPhone app, called What’s Next for geared towards travel recommendations. The startup, which lets you create customized trip itineraries is integrating location-based technology with What’s Next to offer personalized, and interactive content and recommendations in the app, which costs $2.99 on...
NileGuide Unveils New Location-Based iPhone App For Travel Recommendations On The Go

Sponsor post: Innovation Catalyst Awards 2012 to honor Draper family

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Each year VC Taskforce honors an individual or group in the venture capital community for distinguished work in innovation and entrepreneurship.  This year’s award pays tribute to the Draper family. Over three generations, the Draper family has invested in hundreds of startup companies, many of which have become household names,...
Sponsor post: Innovation Catalyst Awards 2012 to honor Draper family
With Hints For An IPO, Mobile Analytics Startup Flurry Raises $25M From Crosslink

Travora Media Acquires Local Travel Planning Platform NileGuide

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Travel ad platform Travora Media is acquiring The Nile Project, the parent company of one-stop travel planning site NileGuide, local recommendations platform 10Best.com, and mobile, local travel guide Localyte. Financial terms of the acquisition were not released. Founded in 2006, NileGuide allows you to create customized trip itineraries; and aims...
Travora Media Acquires Local Travel Planning Platform NileGuide

Flurry grabs $25 million in Series D funding as it eyes 2013 IPO

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Mobile app monetization company Flurry announced today it has raised an additional $25 million in Series D funding. The oversubscribed round was lead by Crosslink Capital. Existing investors Menlo Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, InterWest Partners, Union Square Ventures, First Round Capital and Draper Richards also participated in the round, which...
Flurry grabs $25 million in Series D funding as it eyes 2013 IPO
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Investors Plug Another $25 Million Into IPO-Bound Flurry

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Flurry frequently receives a lot of attention for reports it publishes on the app economy. It even once got its wrist slapped by Steve Jobs for peering into Apple’s iPad launch plans and posting the results. But for once, as part of announcing its fourth round of capital today, Flurry is talking about how well...
Investors Plug Another $25 Million Into IPO-Bound Flurry

Bazaarvoice To Acquire PowerReviews For $151M

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Two big customer review platforms are teaming up: Bazaarvoice just announced that it has agreed to acquire PowerReviews. The agreement is for up to $31 million in cash, plus stock, bringing the total estimated value to be $151 million. Bazaarvoice says the acquisition should close before the end of July....
Bazaarvoice To Acquire PowerReviews For $151M

Weekend Video: Building a Tech Startup During a Recession

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Can you build a successful company in a downturn? The answer is yes, as this video illustrates. Digg CEO Jay Adelson, venture capitalists Tim Draper and Steve Jurvetson, both of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Skype-backer Howard Hartenbaum and his August Capital colleague David Hornik and the legendary Bill Draper of Draper...
Weekend Video: Building a Tech Startup During a Recession

Dimdim adds screen sharing to online meeting service

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Online meeting host Dimdim has added a new feature that makes it easy for meeting attendees to share their screens with others. The feature works across Windows, Mac and Linux computers. Dimdim is an upstart competitor to WebEx and GoToMeeting that competes on price. There’s a free version that supports...
Dimdim adds screen sharing to online meeting service
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