Mohr Davidow

  • OneSpot Raises $5.3M To Turn Content Marketing Into Targeted Ads

    OneSpot Raises $5.3M To Turn Content Marketing Into Targeted Ads

    OneSpot, a startup focused on what it calls “content advertising”, is announcing that it has raised $5.3 million in Series A funding. I first wrote about the company in 2012, when it presented an interesting contrast to the native advertising that was becoming popular among ad-tech types. Unlike most native ads, which basically take advertising and make it look like content… Read More

  • Report Highlights Huge Gender Disparity in Healthcare Leadership

    Report Highlights Huge Gender Disparity in Healthcare Leadership

    Editor’s note: This guest post was written by Dave Chase, the CEO of Avado.com, a patient portal & relationship management company that was a TechCrunch Disrupt finalist. Previously he was a management consultant for Accenture’s healthcare practice and founder of Microsoft’s Health business. You can follow him on Twitter@chasedave. I can’t think of a product… Read More

  • Rocket Fuel Raises $6.6 Million Series C At $160 Million Valuation

    Rocket Fuel Raises $6.6 Million Series C At $160 Million Valuation

    Display ad optimization startup Rocket Fuel raised $6.6 million in a Series C funding, giving it a $160 million valuation, according to the company. Northgate Capital led the financing. Other investors included Mohr Davidow Ventures, Labrador Capital Fund, Nokia Growth Partners and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Rocket Fuel processes 1.5 billon display ads ever day for major… Read More

  • Paperless Billing Service Doxo Raises $10 Million In Series B Funding

    Paperless Billing Service Doxo Raises $10 Million In Series B Funding

    Paperless billing is one of those things that is slower to take hold than it should, but it just seems inevitable that is how we all will be receiving our bills sooner or later. One startup trying to speed along the paperless era is Doxo, which just raised a $10 million. The Series B financing was led by Sigma Partners, with previous investors Mohr Davidow and Bezos Expeditions… Read More

  • Bezos And Mohr Davidow Back Stealthy Paperless Billing Startup Doxo

    Paperless billing is the digital future that never quite fully arrives. Even among people who otherwise embrace the digital lifestyle, and pay their bills electronically, many find it difficult to give up on the paper statement. They feel they need it for their financial records or it serves as a physical reminder to pay the bill. And meanwhile, businesses are stuck sending out paper… Read More

  • Bezos And Mohr Davidow Back Stealthy Paperless Billing Startup Doxo

    Bezos And Mohr Davidow Back Stealthy Paperless Billing Startup Doxo

    Paperless billing is the digital future that never quite fully arrives. Even among people who otherwise embrace the digital lifestyle, and pay their bills electronically, many find it difficult to give up on the paper statement. They feel they need it for their financial records or it serves as a physical reminder to pay the bill. And meanwhile, businesses are stuck sending out paper… Read More

  • Shutterfly Buys Tiny Pictures For A Tiny Price

    Shutterfly Buys Tiny Pictures For A Tiny Price

    After raising a total of $11.2 million since its founding in 2005, Tiny Pictures sold to Shutterfly on Friday for $1.3 million in cash and another $1.3 million in restricted stock to employees, which has some performance triggers. If you back out the earnout, investors only got back about a tenth of what they put in. Those investors include Mohr Davidow, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and angel… Read More

  • While 23andMe Raises $11 Million, Mohr Davidow Sells Stake To Invest In Rival

    While 23andMe Raises $11 Million, Mohr Davidow Sells Stake To Invest In Rival

    23andme, a company that helps consumers understand and decipher their genomes, has raised a partial $11 million out of a $24.26 million B round of funding, according to regulatory filings. 23andme, which was co-founded by Google co-founder Sergey Brin’s wife, Anne Wojcicki, raised $9 million in Series A funding from Google, Genentech, New Enterprise Associates, and Mohr Davidow Ventures… Read More