EyeBlaster’s Second Shot at IPO: Will it Work This Time?

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Eyeblaster pulled out of its initial IPO filing in October 2008 citing the “market conditions” as a reason for the delay. Today, Eyeblaster notified the SEC of its intention to go public as detailed in the company’s S-1 Filing. Eyeblaster is trying to raise $115 million by selling stock. This is the exact amount it was trying to raise two years ago, in the initial IPO. Continue Reading

Battery Ventures Announces New $750 Million Fund

Amidst a 72% decline in funds raised by Israeli venture capital funds in 2009, Battery Ventures announced the completion of its new fund, BV-9, totaling $750 million. This is one of the largest funds raised in the first quarter of 2010 as VC funds struggle to raise money due to poor performance and low liquidity. Continue Reading

Online Ad Manager DoubleVerify Announces $10 Million B Round

Online advertising verification service DoubleVerify announced second round funding of $10 million. The round was led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) and included participation from previous investors Blumberg Capital, First Round Capital, Genacast Ventures as well as private backers. Continue Reading