[Updated 7/12/12, 10:50 am. See below.] It’s been a booming week for deals in New England, and that’s not even counting today…
—Morgenthaler Ventures led a $10 million Series B round for Cambridge, MA-based cloud database software company NuoDB. The round also included Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Longworth Venture Partners and will be used for software development and sales and marketing.
—Campuslive, a Boston-based Web startup for connecting brands with college students, announced that it nabbed $5 million in funding from lead investors GSV Capital (NASDAQ: GSV) and return investors Highland Capital and Charles River Ventures. The startup relaunched as Dailybreak to extend its prize-based marketing platform to other consumer segments like moms and young professionals, and also hired a new CEO, John Federman.
—An SEC filing showed that Cambridge, MA-based Lantos Technologies, a developer of 3D imaging technology for the ear, had raised $3.8 million of a targeted $6.6 million equity offering.
—Boston-based video messaging startup Vsnap announced in a blog post that it raised a $750,000 seed round led by Rue La La co-founder and current General Catalyst entrepreneur-in-residence Ted McNamara. The deal also included … Next Page »