Rocket Fuel is an ad network and data analysis company that is planning for a $100 million IPO, according to SEC filings discovered by VentureBeat. The S-1 filing is missing the details about the stock price or the valuation forecast.
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Honest Buildings is a marketplace and discovery platform for real estate projects. Honest Buildings has raised $5.5 million in a Series A round of funding. This round of funding was provided by Westly Group and existing investor RockPort Capital. Some of Honest Buildings’ earlier investors include Mohr Davidow Ventures, Spring Ventures, Jason Scott, and Lisa Gansky.
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HealthTap is a company that connects doctors with patients through an Interactive Health Network and mobile apps. HealthTap has raised $24 million in Series B funding led by Khosla Ventures with participation from existing investors Mayfield Fund and Mohr Davidow Ventures.
The outstanding national student loan debt is high in America at over $1 trillion. Around $864 billion of that amount is backed by the federal government. A majority of these loans have an interest rate that is higher than 6%. Formerly known as Binksty, Tuition.io wants to help college students by help with student loans.
Kabbage is an online company that provides working capital for small businesses. Kabbage has raised $30 million in Series C funding. Kabbage plans on using the funding to further advance their data platform and expand on their partnerships.
TicketFly is a social ticketing company that has raised $22 million in Series C funding led by SAP Ventures. Northgate Capital, Cross Creek Capital and Mohr Davidow Ventures also participated in this round. TicketFly has raised $37 million in funding thus far. They plan to use the funding to expand into additional geographic markets.
Kabbage, an online merchant lending startup, has raised $17 million in new funding. The investors include Mohr Davidow Ventures, BlueRun Ventures, David Bonderman, Warren Stephens, the UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund, Jim McKelvey and others. Kabbage lends money to online merchants using PayPal’s Adaptive Payments API. [TechCrunch]