Pantheon raised $ 100 million; Ribon Therapeutics Landed $ 65 Million; Cardless secured $ 40M

DevRev: DevRev is a Bay Area-based software company run by two former Nutanix executives that aims to bring the coding and revenue processes closer together. DevRev emerged from stealth mode with $ 50 million seed funding from the Mayfield Fund, Khosla Ventures, and several industry giants. Continue reading

M1 finance: M1 Finance is a robo-investment advisory firm based in Chicago. M1 Finance has raised $ 150 million in Series E funding led by SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2. Continue reading

Entos: Entos is a San Diego-based developer of small molecule therapeutics. Entos raised $ 53 million in Series A funding. Coatue led the way, along with Catalio Capital Management. Continue reading

Pantheon: Pantheon is a San Francisco-based WebOps platform that enables marketing and development teams to take control of their websites. Pantheon has raised $ 100 million in Series E funding at a post-money valuation of $ 1 billion, funded solely by SoftBank Vision Fund 2. Continue reading

Ribon Therapeutics: Ribon Therapeutics is a Cambridge, MA-based clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on cancer and inflammation. Ribon Therapeutics has raised $ 65 million. Deerfield Management and US Venture Partners led the way, along with Avego BioScience Capital, GV, Monashee Investment Management and Peregrine Ventures. Continue reading

Unybrands: Unybrands is a Miami-based platform for e-commerce companies looking to scale their operations on and off Amazon. Unybrands is just the latest aggregator to have made a significant investment, raising $ 300 million in growth capital from Crayhill Capital Management. It had previously raised a $ 25 million seed round in February. Continue reading

Virsec: Virsec is a San Jose, California-based cybersecurity company. Virsec raised $ 100 million in Series C funding. BlueIO led the round, along with Allen & Company, Arena Holdings, Intuitive Venture Partners, JC2 Ventures, Artiman Ventures, Quantum Valley Investments and Marker Hill Capital. Continue reading

AttackIQ: AttackIQ is a San Diego, California-based cybersecurity startup that provides enterprise security breach and attack simulation solutions. AttackIQ raised $ 44 million in Series C funding. Atlantic Bridge led the way, along with Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, Gaingels and previous investors Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Salesforce Ventures and Telstra Ventures. Continue reading

Cardless: Cardless is a San Francisco-based startup committed to empowering brands and tech companies to launch custom co-branded credit cards. Cardless raised $ 40 million in Series B funding. Activant Capital led the way, along with the owners and management of the Phoenix Suns and Boston Celtics and previous donors Accomplice and Pear VC. Continue reading

role: Castor is Hoboken, NJ-based clinical trial software. Castor raised $ 45 million to fund Series B Eight Roads Ventures and F-Prime Capital led the way, along with Two Sigma Ventures and Inkef Capital. Continue reading

Great question: Great Question is an Oakland, California based startup committed to making customer research more accessible to product development teams. Great Question has raised $ 2.5 million in seed capital from Funders Club, January Capital, Nomo VC and Twenty-Two Ventures in addition to numerous individual investors. Continue reading

LinkSquares: LinkSquares is a Boston-based contract management and analysis tool. LinkSquares has raised $ 40 million in Series B funding led by Sorenson Capital, with participation from Catalyst Investors, Xerox and Bottomline Technologies. Hyperplane Venture Capital, MassMutual Ventures and First Ascent Ventures, among others. Continue reading

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