Round the Clock Acquisitions 17 October 2007

October 17th, 2007 at 12:00 am
 


Today’s marketplace of startups and web companies is quite quiet.  Major deals for small players but none really from the big ones.  Anyway, here’s the round up.

From PEHub 

casero inc.

Casero Inc. , a Toronto-based provider of white-label and Web 2.0 products for service providers, announced that it has raised $5.8 million in Series B funding. Rembrandt Venture Partners led the deal, and was joined by return backers Argo Global Capital Partners, Highland Capital Partners and Casero co-founders Paul Atkinson and Kevin Kimsa. The round formally closed back in February.

treemo

Treemo Inc. , a Seattle-based company that helps users share photos and videos online and via mobile devices, has raised $2.55 million in Series A-1 funding. JK&B Capital led the round, with partner Tasha Seitz joining the board of directors.

weatherbill

WeatherBill , a San Francisco-based online service that helps companies protect revenue and control costs from the impact of bad weather, has raised $12.5 million in new Series A funding. The company has now raised a total of $16.8 million. New Enterprise Associates and Index Ventures co-led the round, and were joined by Allen & Co., Atomico Investments, Sean Park and return backers First Round Capital and individual angels.

From Rev2.Org  

mint

Mint, the personal finance manager, has announced a $4.7 million round in funding.  This round was invesed by a plethora of investors including big VC firms Shasta Ventures and First Round Capital. Also many angels including Ram Shriram, and executives from eBay, Intuit, Google, Yahoo, Charles Schwab, Wilson Sonsini, Reuters, Adteractive, and Weblogic.

From TechCrunch  

ancestry

Spectrum Equity Investors has led a $300 million investment to acquire a majority interest in Provo Utah-based The Generations Network (the parent company of Ancestry.com, MyFamily.com and other sites) according to a source with knowledge of the deal.