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- 2 weeks ago
- MasterClass, a startup that sells celebrity-taught classes to people, has raised $100 million in a Series E round.
- The round was led by Fidelity Management & Research Company with participation from new investors including Owl Ventures, 01 Advisors and existing investors NEA, IVP, Atomico and NextEquity Partners.
- MasterClass declined to disclose its new valuation, but said that its valuation is higher than $800 million.
- The capital will be used to create new classes for students and up production to one class a week. The company is also experimenting with an audio-only mode, short form and augmented reality.
- 1 month ago
- Mojo Vision, which is building an augmented reality contact lens, announced it secured another $51 million in funding, bringing its total to more than $159 million.
- The funding was led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from Gradient Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Dolby Family Ventures, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital and others. Mojo Vision declined to disclose what its valuation was but did say it rose with the new funding.
- It's unclear when Mojo Vision's smart contacts will make their way to market, but the company has been discussing the tech more publicly in the past year. During the annual CES in Las Vegas this January, Mojo Vision showed off a prototype allowing people to see text, sports scores, weather and other information in a lens held just in front of their eye.
- 1 month ago
- Cloudflare announced that it plans to operate and support 150 data centers across China through a new partnership with Chinese internet companies JD Cloud and Al, a subsidiary of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com.
- The agreement, which requires the Chinese partners to build and maintain the data centers across the country over the next three years, while using Cloudflare’s software to operate and support operations, will split revenue between the partners.
- Cloudflare and its China-based partners declined to disclose the value of the deal. But the move will almost double Cloudflare’s existing global footprint of 200 data centers in as many cities, the company says — a significant increase in footprint for the company that went public in September 2019.