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According to a press release just out, “ID.me, Inc., a 2013 WSJ “Startup of the Year” finalist and leader in the digital identity space, completed a Series A fundraising round of $10 million led by USAA, Silicon Valley Bank, and notable angel investors including David Tisch’s Box Group, Kelly Perdew, K Street Capital, and Blu Venture Investors.
Fairfax-based Invincea announced Monday several milestones in recent months, including scoring $8.1 million in new contracts for the company's advanced research division.
Cloud energy management software provider Opower raised $115.9 million in its initial public offering Friday on the New York Stock Exchange, the Washington Post reported Friday.
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Pioneering educational game developer JumpStart raises additional financing led by Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Inc.
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Q1Media, Inc., an online advertising technology company, announced that it has secured debt facilities totaling $8 million to expand its operations.
Four Washington area companies were crowned winners at the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Destination Innovation event Wednesday, bringing an end to a months-long competition that pitted companies against one another in four distinct categories: social, commerce, government and security.
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