BriteCore, a Springfield, MO-based provider of next-generation core software solutions for insurers, received $47.5m in growth funding.
Ingelheim am Rhein, Germany-based Boehringer Ingelheim acquired Amal Therapeutics SA, a Swiss biotechnology company, for up to €325m.
Filterlex Medical, a Yokneam, Israel-based medical device startup, completed a series A round of financing, raising a total of $3M.
POPS! Diabetes Care, a Oak Park Heights, MN-based diabetes care management company, closed a $6m Series A funding round.
Bulletin, a NYC-based retail technology company that allows brands to expand into brick-and-mortar sales, closed $7m Series A funding.
SAM Labs, a Cambridge, Mass.-based technology and education company, raised $8.9m in Series A2 equity funding round.
RA Capital Management, LLC, a Boston, MA-based venture capital firm, closed its inaugural fund, at just over $300m.
Altonomy, a Singapore-based trading desk and market maker for cryptocurrency assets, closed a $7m seed financing.
Neocis, a Miami, FL-based robotics company focused on healthcare, closed a $30M equity financing.
AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV), a global, research and development-based biopharmaceutical company, acquired Mavupharma, a Seattle, WA-based biopharmaceutical company focused on novel approaches to target the STING (STimulator of INterferon Genes) pathway for the treatment of cancer.
DefenseStorm, an Alpharetta, GA-based provider of a cloud cybersecurity and cybercompliance management platform to regional and community banks and credit unions, raised $15M in a Series A financing.
Moglix, a New Delhi, India-based B2B commerce company, closed a USD$60M Series D round of funding.
Mahmee, a Los Angeles, CA-based data-driven maternal and infant health tech company building the digital infrastructure to connect the maternal health industry and prevent critical gaps in care, raised $3M in funding.
We’ve all had that one thought. “What if I could set up a business? Maybe I wouldn’t have to work this 9-5 job anymore.” or “I could earn so much more if I establish a business”.
Riiid, a Seoul, South Korea-based edutech startup, secured $18m in Series C funding.