The Danish firm has been building a platform for consumers to review independent online retailers. Now it wants to break America. But does Trustpilot need to work hard on improving its own visibility, or just syndicate its reviews to Google?
Another vendor hoping to provide a paid content mechanism to online publishers is raising money from backers including Apple’s former overseas lieutenant.
In an Asian video market that’s growing fast and dominated by Vietnam, online software vendor Kaltura will open up efforts with a $25 million investment.
Online video is hot. So the media vehicle run by News Corp’s former COO is now investing in Base 79, a company that populates online video channels and apps for content owners.
The fund, backed by Microsoft and Nokia, invests in products rather than startups. Early takeup is promising, with Vision+ putting money into three new top-level domains and a fistful of games.
Scandinavian newspaper publisher Schibsted is keeping up its efforts to diversify and attract user payments by investing in a regional ebook service.
The exclusive provider of ad services to a host of Italian online publishers is taking on money to fund development of new ad formats.
Where’s the best place for cloud investment in Europe? Day One of Structure Europe concluded with an interesting discussion on cloud opportunities for startup companies.
As TV and telco operators mull their mobile and tablet options, another software vendor is hoping to get their attention, funding itself for a larger worldwide push.
Fresh from raising €100 million, French music service Deezer’s CEO Axel Dauchez tells paidContent he wants to tip-toe around the US and Spotify while using funds to go global.