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Private companies in the DC area attracted $418.2 million in venture capital during the second quarter, the highest quarterly total since 2007, according to the latest MoneyTree report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Arlington-based National Venture Capital Association (NVCA), based on data provided by Thomson Reuters.
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BioAmber Inc. (NYSE and EURONEXT Paris: BIOA) announced that it has closed on a $25 million, three-year term loan with Hercules Capital.
Optoro—a Lanham-based startup specializing in reselling items that have been returned to major retailers—is flexing its fundraising muscles.
Edison Ventures today announced $5.5 million investment in a $7.0 million total financing round in Ontario, Canada based eSentire.
Oxford Finance LLC ("Oxford"), a specialty finance firm that provides senior debt to life sciences and healthcare services companies, today announced that it closed a $12.15 million term loan with Mason Health.
Videology Inc., which has developed a sophisticated video platform to help advertisers shift from television to the Internet, has completed a $68.3 million Series D financing round led by Catalyst Investors.
Cartiva, Inc., a developer of innovative products for the treatment of cartilage injuries and osteoarthritis, today announced that the Company has secured $4.3 million in financing led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA).
HyTrust, a Silicon Valley-based developer of cloud security tools for virtual infrastructure, said on Monday it has landed a new investment as part of a larger technology development deal with In-Q-Tel (IQT), the Arlington-based venture fund backed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Washington, DC ranks No. 6 on Entrepreneur's new list of the "Top Startup Cities -- By Cost & Taxes." The rankings, compiled by tax-planning startup GoodApril, consider factors such as median tech wages, taxes, housing costs and the cost of office space.