ZingBox Finds $22M For IoT Security

Mountain View-based ZingBox, which develops Internet-of-Things (IoT) security software, has raised $22M in a Series B funding. The funding was led by Dell Technologies Capital and Triventures. Zingbox's cofounder and CEO is Xu Zou. The company said the funding will go towards headcount, in order to accelerate its product capabilities and expand market reach.Continue →

ThoughtSpot Gets $60M For AI Analytics

Palo Alto-based ThoughtSpot, a developer of artificial intelligence analytics software, said on Thursday that it has raised $60M in new funding. The funding came from LightSpeed Ventures, and also included Capital One Growth Ventures, along with its prior investors. The company says it has now raised $160M in total. ThoughtSpot is led by Ajeet Singh....Continue →

Atreca Adds $35M

Redwood City-based Atreca, a developer of cancer treatments, announced this morning that it has raised $35M in a Series B funding. The funding was co-led by Wellington Management Company and an un-named healthcare focused fund, along with Cormorant Asset Management and others. Tito A. Serafini, Ph.D. is Atreca's President, Chief Executive Officer, and Co-Founder.Continue →

Color Genomics Raises $50M In $80M Round

Burlingame-based Color Genomics, which develops genetic tests for consumers to screen for inherited, hereditary diseases, has raised $50M as part of a larger, $80M funding, the company disclosed this week. The funding was led by CRV, along with General Catalyst and Emerson Collective.Continue →

Workday Acquires Pattern

Pleasanton-based Workday disclosed on Wednesday that it has acquired the team behind Redwood City-based Pattern, a developer of financial management and HR software. Financial details of the acquisition were not announced.Continue →

Respond Software Gets $12M

Mountain View-based Respond Software, which develops automated, cybersecurity analysis software, said today that it has raised $12M in a Series A funding. The funding was led by CRV, and also included Foundation Capital. Respond Software was founded by Mike Armistead (co-founder of Fortify), Robert Hipps and Chris Calvert.Continue →

OneSignal Connects With $7M For Push Notifications

Mountain View-based OneSignal, a developer of a push notification delivery platform, said on Tuesday that it has raised $7M in a Series A funding. The funding was led by SignalFire, and also included Rakuten Ventures and angels. OneSignal provides push notifications on iOS, Android, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, MacOS, Windows, Alexa and other platforms. The company has now raised $9.3M in total.Continue →

Phil Finds $10M For Prescription Delivery

San Francisco-based Phil, a prescription management and delivery service for local pharmacies, has raised $10M in a Series A funding, the company said this morning. The funding was led by Crosslink Capital, and also included Eniac Ventures, Softtech VC, Forerunner Ventures, SV Angel, Silicon Valley Bank, and Transmedia Capital. According to Phil, the funding will go towards national expansion....Continue →

TuneIn Takes $50M For Online Radio

San Francisco-based TuneIn, which operates an online service which streams radio stations to listeners, has raised $50M more in funding, according to reports today. The funding came from Marker LLC, IVP, and Comcast Ventures, and also included Sequoia Capital, Causeway Media Partners LLC and General Catalyst Partners LLC. Bloomberg said the funding values TuneIn at around $500M. TuneIn is led by CEO John Donham.Continue →

HomeLight Finds $40M

San Francisco-based HomeLight, which operates a marketplace which connects home sellers with real estate agents, has raised $40M in a Series B funding. The funding was led by Menlo Ventures, and also included Citi Ventures, along with Zeev Ventures, SGVC, Crosslink Capital and Innovation Endeavors. As part of the funding, Menlo Ventures has added Tyler Sosin to HomeLight's board. Menlo's Venky Ganesan and SGVC's Dovi Frances have also joined at observers....Continue →

Intel's CEO Quits Trump Council

Brian Krzanich, the CEO of Santa Clara-based Intel, has quit President Trump's American Manufacturing Council, saying he did so to "call attention to the serious harm our divided political climate is causing to critical issues." Krzanich said he "already made clear my abhorrence at the recent hate-spawned violence in Charlottesville" and said "many in Washington seem more concerned with attacking anyone who disagrees with them....Continue →

Flo Finds $5M For Women's Fertility Tracking App

San Francisco-based Flo, the maker of a smartphone app which lets women track their ovulation cycle, has raised $5M in a Series A funding. The funding was led by Flint Capital, and also included supermodel Natalia Vodianova, along with other angels. Yuri Gurski is founder and President of Flo. The company's app is used to either avoid, or optimize, the chance of pregnancy.Continue →




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