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Few know LivingSocial like Don Rainey. The Grotech general partner's involvement with the D.C. daily deal giant predates the daily deal itself. Rainey has sat on LivingSocial's board long enough to see it reach the peak of press adulation, only to be hammered by a seemingly endless string of bad news.
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IDA Ireland today announced the planned creation of 95 new jobs by two client companies in the software sector in the next 3 years.
Search, social and mobile advertising player Marin Software Inc is to create 35 new jobs in Dublin over the next three years.
Major house price declines have eased in Ireland in 2012, thanks to the increasing demand from tech companies like Google, Linkedin and Facebook, which have set up offices and headquarters in the country.
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Epizyme, a Massachusetts-based biopharmaceutical firm backed by Chevy Chase-based New Enterprise Associates (NEA), has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to raise up to $69 million in its initial public offering.
MC10, a Cambridge-based developer of “conformable” electronics that stretch, bend and twist, has raised $18 million in its third round of venture capital, the company announced on Thursday.
A pair of Vienna-based venture capital firms, Valhalla Partners and Grotech Ventures, have co-led a new $3.8 million round of funding for Pennsylvania-based Zonoff, developer of a connected home software platform.
New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the Chevy Chase-based venture capital firm, said on Thursday it has invested in Kaazing, the Silicon Valley developer of a web and mobile communication platform for the delivery of live data, as part of that company's new $15 million round.