Deals of the day: Singer sewing on the block
MuleSoft , a San Francisco-based integration platform for integration platform for connecting SaaS and enterprise apps, has raised $50 million in new VC funding.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Travel Startups Venture Investment Map: 2009-2014
The next phase of travel investment will focus a lot more on B2B than disrupting the consumer, helping existing large travel brands on the backend and also helping them reach customers more efficiently.
TechCrunch Disrupt Selects London as Host City for 2014 Event
One of the leading global tech media franchises, TechCrunch Disrupt hosts events from San Francisco and New York to Berlin and Beijing.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
How Google Ventures Made Its $100,000 Investment In Bustle Disappear
Google Ventures is no longer an investor in Bustle, a women's site founded by Bleacher Reporter co-founder, Bryan Goldberg.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Tech Rights Lawyer And Entrepreneur Christina Gagnier Is Running For Congress
Silicon Valley's role in the upcoming midterm elections is already getting a lot more interesting with a new tech-savvy candidate in the race who is looking to fill the unexpected departure of one-term representative Gloria McLeod.
QuizUp Is Now Available On Android
A) Quizzington Alley B) QuizUp C) Greg's Quiz Cabin D) Angry Bird? I don't know.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Zumper Raises $6.5 Million From Kleiner Perkins To Fix Your Apartment Search
Real estate startup Zumper wants to be the tool that brokers and apartment managers use when they want to list their properties online.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Huffington Post Will be in 14 Countries in '14, AOL's International Chief
AOL is making a big international push around its marquee content brands. The Huffington Post will be published in 14 countries by year end, says Graham Moysey , Head of International for AOL, in this interview with Beet.TV He says that half of the company's traffic comes from outside the U.S. and that percentage will grow.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The Bold Italic
6 Reasons 6 Californias is Silicon Valley At Its Worst
"[Venture Capitalist] Wants To Turn Silicon Valley Into Its Own State." The headline sounds like a Daily Show writer striking gold.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Source: www.facebook.com --- Saturday, February 22, 2014Sam Altman Taking Over As President Of Y Combinator, Replacing Paul Graham At The Helm http://trib.al/VHFDWJg Sam Altman Taking Over As President Of Y Combinator, Replacing Paul Graham At The Helm TechCrunch techcrunch.com After nine years at the helm of Y Combinator, Paul Graham is stepping ... (more)
Wall Street Journal
Apple Picks Up Analytics Startup Burstly
While Facebook cut a $19 billion deal for WhatsApp this week, Apple made a more modest move-buying Burstly, a start-up that provides analytics tools for app developers.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Microsoft Adds 3D Imagery Of 15 New Cities To The Bing Maps Preview App For Windows 8.1
In December, TechCrunch reported that Microsoft had met its earlier promise to bring rich 3D imaging of several cities to Windows 8.1 through a new Bing Maps Preview application.
Rise of the Tech Journalist Venture Capitalist
Om Malik, former Time Inc. reporter and founder of tech newsletter, event, and research empire GigaOm, retired today to devote his time as a tech investor to True Ventures.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Atlanta's Got The Fever For Early-Stage Deals
As the TechCrunch Express rolls into town this evening, folks can expect to see an investment scene that's been holding steady since 2010.
Introducing The TechCrunch France Weekly Newsletter
This newsletter is for you, French friends and people interested in French startups.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Siemens Launches $100M Fund To Back Startups Aiming To Disrupt Manufacturing
Siemens Venture Capital , the corporate financing arm of Europe's biggest engineering company, is launching a new, $100 million fund to back early-stage startups working in the areas of industrial automation and other digital technologies that can transform manufacturing.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Marshall Kirkpatrick's Social Marketing Startup Little Bird Raises $1.7M More
Little Bird , the startup led by former tech writer Marshall Kirkpatrick, is announcing that it has raised $1.7 million in new funding.