1/5/17 - Rethink Robotics, maker of the Baxter and Sawyer industrial robots, says it has raised new funds for global expansion and new product development.
10/3/16 - TVision Insights, a Boston startup that came out of MIT and measures "eyes-on-screen" for television advertising and programming, is in the process of closing its Series A, to the tune of $7.8 million.
9/27/16 - NS1®, the leading intelligent DNS and traffic management provider, announced today that it has raised more than $20 million in a Series B round led by Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners, with participation from Two Sigma Ventures and existing investors including Flybridge Capital Partner
9/26/16 - CloudHealth Technologies, the leader in cloud service management, today announced its support for organizations managing applications, infrastructure and services across multiple public cloud service providers, including Microsoft Azure.
8/10/16 - Interactions LLC, a leader in speech and natural language technology solutions and the fastest growing company in customer care, today announced the completion of a $56 million funding round led by new investors Revolution Growth, NewSpring Capital and Comcast Ventures with additional f
8/2/16 - Ceros, the interactive content marketing platform, today announced $8 million in Series B funding led by Grotech Ventures with participation from CNF Investments and existing investors.
5/3/16 - An army of robots is on the move. In warehouses, hospitals and retail stores, and on city streets, industrial parks and the footpaths of college campuses, the first representatives of this new invading force are starting to become apparent.
3/3/16 - Phenom People, the leader in Talent Relationship Marketing, announced today that Sigma Prime has joined its Series A round. In addition, Sigma Prime Managing Director John Simon will join Phenom People’s group of senior advisors.
1/7/16 - The redesign is being led by the city’s digital team, along with IDEO, an award-winning global design company, and Boston-based Acquia, a local technology provider.
12/30/15 - When Marc Andreessen wrote Why Software is Eating the World in 2011, he identified, three drivers of a massive shift in the global economy: Increased broadband penetration, simple software development tools and the rise of the cloud.