So much for economic belt-tightening. Just seven months after its Series B, Gigya has pulled in another funding round.
The company said it will acquire Advanced Visual Technology, which makes space planning software for retailers.
The oldest continually running distillery in the world is based in a tiny Kentucky town. Its product? One of the most loved liquors of all.
The for-sale sign is up at Transmeta, once a supplier of Intel-compatible chips that later remade itself into a supplier of chip patents.
TV makers' next best opportunity to increase their business is to go big, according to industry leaders at HDTV conference in Los Angeles.
SoloPower is said to have raised $200 million to ramp up manufacturing of CIGS thin-film solar cells, another hefty funding for alternative, cheaper solar technology.
By raising $65 million in a series C round, Fisker Automotive says it's still on target to deliver the Fisker Karma, a $80,000 plug-in hybrid sports car, by the end of next year.
Studio pays undisclosed price for maker of DVD game Scene It, in a move designed to boost its profile in DVD, online, and mobile gaming.
For makers of widgets--modest little pieces of software that let people do things like play games, annotate photos, or send "pokes" to each other on Facebook or MySpace--it seems the buzz has turned to a worrisome hush.
Is the clean-tech IPO window starting to open? A123 Systems, a lithium-ion battery company spun out of MIT, files paperwork to go public.