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Corticon grabs $3.4 million

Corticon Technologies said Monday that it received a $3.4 million first round of funding. The Redwood City, Calif.-based company develops software that automatically identifies ambiguous or conflicting information in data. Corticon's customers tend to be financial companies and insurance companies. Investors include American Century Ventures, an investment arm for American Century, and Securitas Ventures.

Corticon Technologies said Monday that it received a $3.4 million first round of funding. The Redwood City, Calif.-based company develops software that automatically identifies ambiguous or conflicting information in data. Corticon's customers tend to be financial companies and insurance companies. Investors include American Century Ventures, an investment arm for American Century, and Securitas Ventures.