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    Friday, November 30, 2012
    Wikia Gets $10M
    San Francisco-based Wikia, the developer of online collaboration and wiki software, said Friday that it has raised $10M in a Series C funding round. The firm said the round was led by Institutional Venture Partners, and also included Bessemer Venture Partners and The company said the round was oversubscribed, and brings its total raised to $10M. WIkia said the funding will go towards mobile, video, strategic acquisition, and other growth effo (More info...)

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    Google Buys BufferBox
    Google has acquired BufferBox, a Canadian developer of temporary delivery boxes for accepting packages for retail packages, BufferBox said Friday. Financial terms of the buy were not disclosed, however, one report places the size of the acquisition at around $17M. BufferBox's temporary lockers are being deployed in Canada to make it easier for consumers to receive products from online retailers.

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    Evernote Gets $85M To Cash Out Investors
    Mountain View-based Evernote, which operates software that lets users keep notes both online and offline, said it has raised $85M in a new funding round. The round was led by AGC Equity Partners/m8 Capital and also included Valiant Capital Partners and T.Rowe Price Associates. The firm said that seventy five percent of the money is a secondary investment, where the firm's existing investors and shareholders are selling shares. It's unclear what kind o (More info...)

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    SunPower Sells Solar Farm
    San Jose-based SunPower, the developer of solar panels and projects, has sold a 5 megawatt solar farm to a group of investors. D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments and Bright Plain Renewable Energy said this week that they have acquired the West Oahu, Hawaii solar farm. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. The solar installation is on property owned by the State of Hawaii Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.

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