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Direct Flow Medical, Inc., a privately held medical device company focused on minimally invasive implant to treat patients with heart valve disease, announced the appointment of Charles Davidson, MD, as chief medical officer. Dr. Davidson has more
Don Jones, VentureDeal The e-commerce industry has broadened in scope in recent years. Originally confined to transaction activity between large financial institutions, e-commerce then expanded in the 1970s and 1980s to include what was termed EDI (
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Online degree program 2tor announced a new $26 million round of funding Monday. The company partners with universities to offer online courses and degree programs. Getting a degree online has become in-demand in the last decade, as more people want
UpTo today announced it has launched a new social application focused on the "future tense," allowing users to see what their friends are up to ahead of time and share what they will be up to directly from their existing calendar.
Game companies raised a record-breaking $1.54B in 2011 January 6, 2012 Dean Takahashi Game fundings destroyed the record book for fundings this year as 145 companies raised more than $1.540 billion in 2011, not counting initial public offerings.
Another technology start-up is calling downtown Detroit home. Detroit Labs, a technology launch pad specializing in the creation of iPhone, iPad, Android and Web applications, will be one of several tech companies moving into the newly renovated,
The Canadian venture capital landscape is a strange beast these days. On the one hand, the Canadian Venture Capital Association reported that investments in the second quarter dropped from $355-million to $328-million due, in part, to stalled fund-
Axcient , the award-winning innovator of comprehensive data backup , business continuity , and disaster recovery services to the Small and Mid-Sized Business (SMB) market , today announced that it has raised $15.5M in new funding.
Blogging service Tumblr said it has raised $85 million, although the New York-based company has scant revenue and has yet to develop a solid business model. The lack of revenue kept some major Silicon Valley venture firms from signing onto the deal.