This Week in Tech M&A — March 12th, 2015

By on March 13, 2015

laser-288611_640Morning! Time for another trip around the world of tech M&A news.


Integral Ad Science acquired Veenome to be “its video arm.” Terms were not disclosed.

PayPal picked up security and malware-prediction specialist CyActive, for a reported $60 million.

SugarCRM picked up Hothouse Labs, the company behind app-maker Stitch…and then promptly shut it down. Terms were not disclosed.

Attunity acquired Appfluent Technologies for a reported $18 million in cash and stock.

Twitter has acquired Periscope, makers of a video streaming app for smart phones. Terms reportedly near $100 million.

Kareo picked up DoctorBase, makers of a marketing comms platform for medical providers, for an undisclosed amount.

SingleHop acquired Server Intellect.

Docker acquired three-person startup Kitematic, for an undisclosed amount.


Not strictly startup, but a truly illuminating report on AgTech funding, brought to you by AgFunder News.

Must reads

Rest in peace, GigaOm. (And a farewell from Om Malik.)

For the entrepreneurs in the house

Apple’s first big event took center stage all over the newswire. TechCrunch created this nice little summary—90 seconds in all.

Apple launched ResearchKit to aid remote recruiting for medical studies—and so far it’s nailing it.

Just for fun

Oh, and that buzzing overhead? SXSW must be starting soon…

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