SoftBank Leads $535M Round Into DoorDash
Prior to today, DoorDash had approximately raised, according to Crunchbase, $186 million. And in one fell swoop, the on-demand delivery company has raised over three times that amount with $535 million Series D led by Softbank, with Sequoia Capital, Wellcome Trust, and GIC participating.
Investors Pour $20M More Into Wine Curation And Delivery App Vivino
Millennials want more variety in their wine, as well as more convenient, Amazon-like purchasing options. Tech hasn’t ignored the shifting landscape.
Uber Inches Closer To Profitability With Reduced Losses In Q4
On the heels of settling its Waymo lawsuit, Uber has released its Q4 results to The Information. In brief, the ridesharing company is continuing its path of stemming losses in pursuit of profits.
Legal Tech Startups Kick Off 2018 With A Fundraising Tear
The law moves slowly, but legal tech startups aren’t. In January of last year, legal tech startups raised a meager $1.25 million according to Crunchbase. But as we dip a toe into 2018, legal tech startups have raised a touch over $49 million in the first month of the year.
Mixmax Raises $10.4M Series A To Boost Email Productivity
Investment into email apps continues with Mixmax’s latest round of funding.
With $865 Million Invested In Katerra’s Series D, SoftBank Shows Increased Interest In Infrastructure Startups
Since its inception, Katerra has attracted large sums of money. As part of its Series A, the company raised a hefty $75.3 million. A year later, Katerra announced a $130 million Series C led by Greenoaks Capital, with Foxconn Technology Group, Khosla Ventures, DFJ Growth, and four others participating in the round. However, the startup’s SoftBank-led $865 million Series D dwarfs previous sums raised, and sets the value of the company, according to co-founder Michael Marks, at $3 billion.
Front, An Email Collaboration Tool, Raises $66M In Sequoia-Led Series B
Email may never die, but with $66 million invested into Front, it may just get more collaborative.