Bitcoin is a word that is bandied about often these days, whether it is in the news or by technology experts, economists, or politicians.
Venture capital firm Bessemer Venture Partners is raising its tenth fund.
China Shine, a Shanghai, China-based facility management service provider, received an investment from EQT Mid Market Asia.
Falcata Capital, LLC, a Houston-based private equity firm, closed its initial fund, at $1 billion of committed capital.
Guzman Energy, a Coral Gables, Florida and Denver, Colorado-based provider of wholesale power, energy trading and hedging services, raised $130m in funding.
Summit Park, a Charlotte, North Carolina-based private equity firm focused on lower-middle market, held the final closing of Summit Park III, L.P., at $245m.
Myrtle Consulting Group, a Houston, TX-based advisor to global manufacturing organizations, received a seven-figure non-equity investment from Decathlon Capital Partners.
Many people think of cryptocurrency and Bitcoin as being synonymous.
Waud Capital Partners, a Chicago, IL-based growth-oriented middle-market private equity firm with $2.1 billion assets under management, appointed Chase Edmonds as Vice President, Healthcare Services, and Karan Sabharwal as Vice President, Business and Technology Services.
The Heritage Group’s New Ventures Group today announced The Heritage Group Accelerator Powered by Techstars – a vehicle for mentoring and developing early-stage companies at THG’s corporate research and innovation facility in Indianapolis.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq: SFET) (TASE: SAFE), a Herzliya, Israel-based cybersecurity company, is going public on Nasdaq.
Raw Fury, a Stockholm, Sweden-based indie gaming publisher, raised $5.5M in Series A funding round.
Threads, a London, UK-based luxury retail company, raised $20m in series A funding.
Private equity investors are understanding, little by little, what a potentially lucrative area cryptocurrency is for their capital. The best-case scenario for cryptocurrency is that it completely transforms society in much the same way as cell phones or the internet.
xagent, a Reston, VA-based provider of a platform for property and casualty (P&C) agents, received $1.2m in strategic funding.