JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), is to acquire InstaMed, a Philadelphia, PA-based healthcare technology company that specializes in healthcare payments.
InterGen Data, Inc., a Dallas, TX-based AI-driven technology provider of proprietary AI software solutions and machine learning algorithms for banking, wealth management, insurance and fintech companies, closed an $800k seed funding round.
HEALTH[at]SCALE, a San Jose, CA-based machine intelligence platform for care optimization, received $16m in Series A funding.
Forecast5 Analytics, a Naperville, Ill.-based provider of decision support software to the public sector with 1,800 local government clients in 26 states, is to acquire Public Finance Resources, a provider of financial forecasting services for Ohio local governments.
Uzurv Holdings, Inc., a Richmond, VA-based technology company focused on the ADA and Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) markets, closed a $5m series A financing round.
Maxex, LLC, an Atlanta, GA-based residential mortgage loan exchange, closed a Series B funding round of undisclosed amount.
kea, a Los Altos, Calif.-based developer of a proprietary Voice AI platform, closed a nearly $3m seed funding round.
San Francisco, CA-based bamily mobile app maker Life360, Inc. (ASX: 360) announced the completion of its initial public offering (IPO) of securities and that it has been admitted to the official list of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
16th May 2019 – Mexico City – Duesday, a Cornwall and London, UK-based FinTech partners with HP and Bluestar Mexico to produce a first of its kind POS payment solution.
The We Company (WeWork) has launched ARK, its global real estate acquisition and management platform.
Global venture capital firm Accel closed its sixth fund to be invested in early stage companies across Europe and Israel, at $575m.
Tools4Patient, S.A., a Gosselies, Belgium-based developer of tools to optimize and accelerate drug development programs, raised €4m ($4.5m) in a Series B equity financing round.
Spruce Finance, a Houston, TX-based owner and operator of distributed generation solar and residential energy assets in the U.S., raised $50m in equity funding.
Cybercriminals definitely have Canada on their minds. They have seen that Canadian businesses don’t really have much protection against cybersecurity threats. Cybercriminals have targeted them multiple times, and a lot of businesses still don’t do much to protect their companies.
Actuate Therapeutics, Inc., a Fort Worth, TX-based clinical stage biopharmaceutical company, raised $21.7m in Series B financing.