DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) rejected ATOS SE’s acquisition proposal.
Vulog, a Nice, France-based new mobility technology provider, raised $31m in funding.
Replika Software, a NYC-based social selling solution enabling brands to empower their networks of social sellers to inspire and sell online, completed its Series A financing round.
Ringover, a Paris, France-based cloud-based enterprise communications solutions provider, raised €10m (£9m) in Series A funding.
Atos completed the acquisition of In Fidem, a Canadian specialized cybersecurity consulting company, with expertise in cloud security, digital identity, risk management, security operations, digital forensics and cyber breach response.
Vect-Horus, a Marseille, France-based biotech company that designs and develops vectors that enable therapeutic molecules or imaging agents to be delivered to key organs, closed its Series D funding.
Shippeo, a Paris, France-based real-time transportation visibility (RTTV) company, raised $32m in funding.
DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) confirmed that it received an unsolicited, preliminary and non-binding proposal from Atos SE to acquire all DXC Technology shares.
CorWave, a French medtech company developing an implantable heart pump, raised €35m in Series C financing.
Volta Medical, a Marseille, France-based HealthTech startup, working on novel artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to treat cardiac arrythmias, raised $28m in financing.
Lydia, a Paris, France – based mobile financial services platform, raised an additional $86M of its Series B funding round.
PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News: Vivendi (Paris:VIV) announced today that it has entered into exclusive negotiations with Gruner + Jahr/Bertelsmann to acquire 100% of Prisma Media.
Luko, a Paris, France-based insurtech company that prioritizes social responsibility when protecting homes, raised €50m in Series B funding.
Pigment, a Paris, France-based business forecasting platform provider, raised $25.9m in Series A funding.
MaaT Pharma, a Lyon, France-based clinical stage company, raised an additional €7.35m in ($8.7m) in Series B financing round, bringing the total raised in this round to €25.35m.