Millennial Media, the developer of mobile ad technology, said on Friday it has completed its acquisition of Metaresolver, developer of a media buying platform for mobile advertisers. Financial terms of the all-cash deal, first announced in February, were not disclosed. . Read More one comment
Coupons.com, the Mountain View-based provider of digital coupon services, said on Monday it has acquired KitchMe, the San Francisco-based developer of a web app focused on meal planning and savings. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Read More
TripAdvisor Inc., has announced it has purchased Tiny Post, the highly acclaimed app that allows you to write on top of photos and converts them into stories. . Read More
Tech Crunch reports that Orange has acquired remaining 51 percent stake of Dailymotion for $168 million. Two years ago, Orange acquired 49 percent of Dailymotion for $78 million. Read More
- Freelance journalism site True/Slant is in acquisition talks with potential
suitors, PaidContent reported, citing sources, while the company maintains it
is focused on raising a second round of financing.
The company previously
raised $3 million in 2008, from backers including Forbes Media and Fuse
Capital, and is reportedly looking to raise another $3 million to $5 million.
did not have details on potential buyers for the company, but said it has
"confirmed that both [fundraising and acquisition] possibilities are still
Sunnyvale, Calif. – Hoping to avoid a messy proxy battle, Microsoft has increased its bid for Sunnyvale-based Yahoo by "several dollars," The New York Times reported on its web site late Friday. Specific financial terms being discussed have not been disclosed, though Microsoft reportedly has raised the possibility of increasing its current $29.30-per-share offer to as much as $33.
The paper reported that some large Yahoo shareholders have received phone calls from both companies, attempting to gauge what price they [...]. 2 comments
Watertown, Mass. - m-Qube, a provider of mobile content, applications and messaging services, has agreed to be acquired for $250 million by VeriSign, a California-based provider of infrastructure services for the Internet and telecommunications networks. Mountain View, Calif.-based m-Qube is privately held and employs about 200 people in North America. Its customers include Sony Pictures, Major League Baseball Advanced Media, Reuters, and Telus Mobility, among others. The company's main investors include Bain Capital Ventures, [...].