Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Among the hot and hyped Web 2.0 scene, not many would pick out 13-year-old digital promotions site, Coupons.com. But, on the heels of a recent $200 million funding — which valued the quiet Mountain View, Calif., company at $1 billion — and a surging online discounting market, it has nabbed another $30 million from Greylock Partners. Greylock has already invested half that amount, via a secondary market transaction, and is Coupons.com’s first venture investor. Its previous funders have been institutional investors.
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