Biopharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) completed a $1.25 billion ten-year “sustainability” bond paying interest semi-annually of 2.625 percent and maturing April 1, 2030.
Bright.md, a Portland, Oregon-based healthcare automation company, closed an $8m Series C round of funding.
According to a post by Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google is announcing a new over $800m plan to support small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), health organizations and governments, and health workers on the frontline of this global pandemic.
Helm.ai, a Menlo Park, CA-based scalable AI for autonomous driving, raised $13m in seed funding.
Nohbo, a Melbourne, Florida-based Sustainable beauty & personal care technology company, raised $3M in seed funding.
Lanistar, a London, UK-based new banking alternative fintech company, secured £2m in seed funding.
Technology giant Tencent Holdings Limited (00700.HK) launched a US$100 million Global Anti-Pandemic Fund to support international efforts against COVID-19.
Credijusto, a Mexico City-based tech-enabled lender, closed a USD $100 million debt facility with Credit Suisse AG.
OneThree Biotech, a NYC-based biology-driven artificial intelligence platform that optimizes drug discovery and development, closed a $2.5M seed funding round.
Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN) announced that Aaron Cooper, Groupon’s President of North America, has been appointed interim CEO by the Board of Directors.
The Gauselmann Group, an Espelkamp, Germany-based internationally oerating gaming company, has bought a majority stake in Bede Gaming, a Newcastle upon Tyne, UK-based online gaming platform.
DataGuard, a Munich, Germany-based privacy and compliance software company, raised $20m in funding.
Yaguara, a Denver, CO-based provider of a platform for e-commerce companies to understand their customers to deliver more meaningful experiences, raised $7.2m in seed funding.
Tink, a Stockholm, Sweden-based open banking platform, acquired Eurobits Technologies, a Madrid, Spain-based provider of account aggregation services, for €15.5m.
Kaizo, formerly known as Ticketless, Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based startup that aims to actively guide employees towards achieving their goals and making an impact in their companies, raised $3m in seed funding.