Culver City, Calif.-based GOAT, a fast-growing marketplace for high-end sneakers, raised $100 million from the Foot Locker retail chain. The deal is part of a broader plan for the two retailers to combine efforts across digital and physical platforms.
Three things happened in the last couple days that help detail the current bullish state of the technology market: Lime closed its long-running, nine-figure venture round; Spotify spent nine figures buying some podcasting companies; and another podcasting shop raised nine figures.
Health Catalyst, a provider of data warehousing and analytics software for healthcare providers, raised another $100 million in funding, including $85 million in debt and $15 million in equity. The financing, led by OrbiMed Advisors, sets a valuation of $1 billion for the Salt Lake City-based company.
Roofr, a Y Combinator startup that uses aerial imaging to give customers roof repair estimates online and connects them with contractors, has raised $3 million in new funding.
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Heavily-funded real estate unicorn Opendoor has filed to raise $200 million in fresh financing as it aims to scale a platform for providing quick home sales. The five-year-old company, which has already raised about a billion dollars, is reportedly seeking a $3.7 billion valuation for its latest round.
Redis Labs, developer of an open source in-memory data structure store, raised $60 million in a Series E round led by Francisco Partners. The round brings total funding for the eight-year-old, Silicon Valley-based company to nearly $150 million.
SendBird is riding the SaaS wave. The Silicon Valley-based company, which powers messaging inside applications, just raised $52 million in a Series B round led by Iconiq Capital.
Uberâ€™s revenue hit just over $3 billion in the fourth quarter of 2018, up around 2 percent from the prior quarter. Overall, the companyâ€™s latest earnings release shows Uberâ€™s growth is slowing, but its losses arenâ€™t.
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