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Head in the Clouds
CloudHealth Technologies raises $12 million to support the growth of cloud computing
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CloudHealth Technologies, a Boston-based developer of management software for the cloud, announced today that it has raised $12 million in new funding. The Series B investment round was led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm Scale Venture Partners, and was joined by existing investors .406 Ventures and Sigma Prime Ventures. Read More
Bus Together
Skedaddle launches its charter bus service with free trip to Sunday's Patriots game
Rob Gronkowski will be gearing up for Sunday's game. Photo: Barry Chin/Globe Staff.
Most of the chatter about busses and the New England Patriots recently has centered on Rob Gronkowski's new party bus. But early stage startup Skedaddle is doing something special this weekend to gain attention for its new bus charter reservation service by offering a free round-trip shuttle from Boston to Gillette Stadium for Sunday's AFC Championship game. Read More
On Par
Par8o raises $10.5 million for a more organized, better connected health care system
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Have you ever heard of SERMO? No? Well SERMO is the largest online physician community in the world. Over 300,000 US physicians use the network, which was developed by doctors in Boston and acquired by WorldOne Interactive in 2012. The site allows physicians to share notes, talk about difficult to understand diseases, and to help each other diagnose health problems. On Thursday, a project from two of SERMO's founding physicians, Dr. Daniel Palestrant and Dr. Adam Sharp, called par8o (pronounced par-eight-oh), announced that it has raised $10.5 million in Series A funding to help organize the mess that is the current state of healthcare. Read More
A New Day for MassChallenge
MassChallenge taps Scott Bailey to lead its Boston office
When Scott Bailey first started working at the local startup accelerator MassChallenge in 2010, he was an unpaid intern just a year out of college. But on Thursday, after wearing multiple hats at the organization since its founding, Bailey will step into the role of managing director of MassChallenge’s Boston program. Read More