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Geostellar, a startup backed by power producer NRG Energy Inc, is seeking to become the Expedia or Orbitz of the solar industry -- a one-stop shop where consumers can not only compare the benefits of leasing solar panels versus buying them outright, but ultimately sign up to install a system.
DLA Piper represented ACTIVE Network, a San Diego-based software company, in its $1.05 billion acquisition by Vista Equity Partners, the largest Internet leveraged buyout in 2013.
Square 1 Bank, the premier banking partner to entrepreneurs and the venture capital community, announced it has provided a $7.5 million growth capital facility to San Jose-based Talari Networks.
Hellman & Friedman has inked an agreement to buy Applied Systems from Bain Capital for approximately $1.8 billion. JMI Equity will also be investing alongside H&F. Ropes & Gray advised Bain Capital in the sale.
Salesforce.com's annual conference brought together many great startups among the 135,000 registrants. Invoca, Introhive, and Addvocate are among the best of these startups.
During the third quarter of 2013, the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) provided services and resources to 29 businesses that are adding more than 600 jobs in Fairfax County.
Optoro, the Lanham-based developer of an e-commerce platform designed to help big-box retailers increase revenue from returned and excess inventory, said on Monday it has landed a new investment from Leesburg-based SWaN & Legend Venture Partners.
The Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said on Monday it has invested an unspecified amount in Arlington-based LiveSafe, the developer of a mobile safety app designed to establish two-way communication between users and authorities.
Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos, TX, not the Bay Area, is the No. 1 metropolitan area when it comes to creating tech jobs, Forbes reported citing research from Praxis Strategy Group.
Martinsburg-based Geostellar has formed a partnership with Conergy of Denver to create "the first national program for qualified local solar installers," according to a news release.