The German Bundestag approved a €10 billion investment of state capital to promote startups in the country.
PITTSBURGH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PPG (NYSE:PPG) today announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Ennis-Flint, a global manufacturer of coatings with a broad portfolio of pavement marking products, including paint, thermoplastics and other advanced traffic technologies. The transaction, valued at approximately $1.15 billion, is expected to close within the next few months, subject to customary […]
LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Francisco Partners, a leading global investment firm that specializes in partnering with technology businesses, announced today the execution of a definitive agreement with CDK Global, Inc. (Nasdaq:CDK) to acquire CDK’s International business segment, a leading provider of automotive retail software solutions in EMEA and Asia, for $1.45 billion.
ServiceNow (NYSE: NOW) is to acquire Element AI, an artificial intelligence (AI) company with deep AI capabilities.
Totum Labs, a San Diego, CA-based satellite IoT connectivity company, raised $13m in Series A financing.
Endomag, a Cambridge, England, UK-based developer of tech solutions for breast cancer, secured £15m (approx. $20m) in Series D funding.
Homeppl, a London, UK- based tenant referencing system startup, raised $2m in funding.
Global payments service provider SumUp acquired London, UK-based POS software provider Goodtill.
Asolvi, a Trondheim, Norway-based provider of field service and contract management software, is to acquire TIVAPP, a German field service solution for the fire protection and security sector.
Product Guru, a Glasgow, Scotland, UK-based online product discovery platform, raised £330k in funding.
F3, a Riga, Latvia-based social app for Generation-Z, raised $3.9M in seed funding.
Opteran, a Sheffield, UK-based Natural Intelligence company, raised £2.1m in seed funding.
Navenio, an Oxford, UK-based company that uses existing smartphone devices to localize people within a broad range of contexts and markets, raised $1.1m in funding.
RevLifter, a London, UK-based performance marketing technology company, raised a £3.3m in Series A funding.
Primer, a London, UK-based low-code payments infrastructure and online checkout API, raised £14m in Series A funding.