The medical appointment booking service plans to use the DST Global investment to expand its presence to more cities nationwide.
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The Founders Fund leads a $15 million Series B round for the ambitious start-up, which runs online doctor appointment booking in four U.S. cities and hopes to expand to more.
Bump launches version 3.0, a major redesign that yanked most major features. It's not the only company to find that products can be better with fewer tools rather than more.
The market for trading private stocks continues to grow, with the greatest interest in consumer-web and social startups.
Total venture funding in the fourth quarter hit $7.6B, part of a banner year in which overall investments totaled $30.6B.
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Amazon founder's investment firm, as well as Salesforce founder, contribute to the New York-based start-up's Series A round that was originally announced in August.